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Apple planning an iPhone with 5.8-Inch OLED display, rumoured to launch in 2017-2018: Report

Apple might now go the Samsung way and may reportedly manufacture a 5.8-inch iPhone featuring rigid AMOLED display panels in 2018 or even earlier in 2017.


Samsung Display has been picked as Apple’s first candidate to supply AMOLED (Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode) panels while LG Display and Japan Display will be added later as AMOLED suppliers. All three companies already supply Apple with mobile screens.
It is believed that Apple might be prepping a major switch to OLED screen technology for iPhones by 2018, which indicates that one should not expect  an (AM)OLED iPhone before an ‘iPhone 8’ refresh in 2018. The report states that Apple is estimated to ship about 50 million AMOLED iPhones in the first year of availability.

Apple is reportedly planning to release two variants of its large-screen iPhone 7 Plus this year out of which, one will be with a single-lens camera and one with a dual-lens camera. The dual-lens variant has been rumoured to be marketed as the iPhone Pro respectively.

In addition, we’ve so far known that Apple is working on a new 4-inch iPhone called 5se, as it toted to be an upgraded 2013 5s model. According to a report by 9To5Mac, the upcoming 4-inch iPhone will be called SE and not iPhone 5se. The company has decided to drop ‘5’ from the name. This means, the iPhone SE will be the first ever upgraded model without a number in its name
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