apple planning 2 iphone x models with oled displays in 2018: kgi\'s ming-chi kuo

by:LCD Mall     2020-08-12
Apple reportedly plans to launch two iPhone models with OLED panels, which can be seen as a successor to the iPhone X.
KGI Securities analyst Ming
Guo claimed that Cupertino-
The US-based giant is working on two iPhones with upgraded stainless steel frames and OLED screens. Kuo predicts (via 9to5mac)
Apple may use more stainless steel parts around the phone\'s shell, adding that Apple currently uses four stainless steel straps on the iPhone X.
This may mean that Apple will make a slight visual change to the iPhone X\'s successor.
For those who don\'t know, Apple is currently using OLED screens on top of it
End the iPhone X model when the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus use the LCD panel.
Guo added that the second model of the OLED panel could be a \"plus\" variant of the iPhone X series.
Also, Guo said the new iphone will upgrade the specs but will not be upgraded on the rear TrueDepth camera
What he said before
It is worth noting that these are early predictions, although the analyst has a good record of Apple rumors.
At present, it is not clear whether the allegedly updated stainless steel frame will help to improve the quality of data transmission for the new iPhone model.
Guo earlier predicted that Apple might not include the Touch ID fingerprint scanner in any iPhone model launched next year.
Gou also hinted that all iPhone models launched in 2018 will be fully available.
Screen design with minimal baffle.
If this is the case, then the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be the last phone in the company\'s iconic design.
In another recent report, Guo also said he expected a Face ID for next year\'s iPad Pro model.
Another report quoted people familiar with the matter as saying that Apple has been designing iPhones and iPads for £ 2018, which will reduce the chips offered by Qualcomm.
The decision to abandon the Qualcomm modem could affect the iPhone model released in the fall of 2018.
In addition, Dan Riccio, senior vice president of Hardware Engineering at Apple, recently revealed that the iPhone X\'s release plan is 2018-not 2017.
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