Following the launch of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the technology world is eagerly awaiting new iPhones. The future of the new iPhone, which is expected to be introduced next September, has been recently claimed with three different display options. 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models will have LCD panel and 5.2-inch model will have OLED panels.
If you don’t like Apple Watch’s square form, this claim may take your attention. Apple filed a patent application for a device that can be worn round the US Patent and Trademark Office. Looking at the patent image it is seen that the screen is rounded and the edges are curved.
From reliable sources, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has been indicted about the iPhone model, which will be available for sale next year. According to MacRumors’s Kuo, Apple will also offer wireless charging support on the 4.7-inch iPhone. Remember, the 5.2-inch model, previously said to only come with an OLED display, will have wireless charging support.
A new report reveals that Apple will be able to see the first iPhone model with a curved OLED display next year. Apple is testing more than 10 prototypes of more than 10 iPhone models.
New information about the iPhone 8 keeps coming. According to a report by The Korea Economic Daily, Apple is working with LG for a new dual camera module.
The iPhone which will be launched on the market in 2017 is claimed to be a long way to be called iPhone 8. But if you look at Ming-Chi Kuo’s explanation, Apple is aiming to use the iPhone 7s name.
Apple has more of a patent application for the iPhone. Looking at patent images shared by Apple Insider, the phone seems to have a foldable screen. The phone, which has a structure that can be attached to the shirt, has an OLED panel. In January of the same year that Apple passed, US Patent and Trademark Office filed a patent application for a foldable iPhone.
In order to support wireless charging, Apple will move to the entire glass enclosure for the entire iPhone product line next year and will be the exclusive supplier of the Pegatron wireless charger. KG According to the latest research note by IMRC analyst Ming-Chi Kuo by MacRumors.
iPhone 7 Plus has a dual-lens camera and supports only optical image stabilization with a wide angle lens. However, it may change next year.
A report late Wednesday reconfirms rumors of an OLED iPhone variant anticipated to debut in 2017, noting the advanced display technology might be limited to higher-end models as panel manufacturers currently lack the ability to handle Apple’s expectedly large order volume.