According to a report recently published by South Korean publication The Bell, Apple is apparently considering putting OLED display screens on all of its iPhone models by 2019. To date, rumors are already circulating that this year’s highly awaited iPhone 8 will sport an OLED display on an edge to edge screen.
As far as this year’s upcoming iPhone devices are concerned, the talk is that Apple is looking to launch a trio of new models -- the iPhone 8 (the premium high end offering in celebration of the iPhone’s 10th birthday), plus the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus. So how exactly will the iPhone 8 differentiate itself from the iPhone 7s models?
2017 happens to be the year that Apple’s most popular product -- the iPhone -- turns a decade old. That is why industry watchers, Apple’s fans, and even casual consumers believe that the tech giant will be releasing a super higher spec iPhone model later this year.
According to Japanese news web site Nikkei, it is quite possible that Apple will be equipping its iPhone model for next year with an OLED display screen. As reported by Nikkei, the tech giant initially had plans to put OLED display screens on its iPhone devices in 2018 at the soonest. But apparently, the iPhone maker has had a change of heart, and will instead roll out OLED iPhones one year ahead of its original plans.
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