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iPhone 8 Can Be The New Home For OLED Curved Displays

Iphone 8


  • According to rumors, Apple would have ordered more than 70 million OLED screens from Samsung;
  • The iPhone 8 will be launched along with what is speculated to be the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus;
  • The iPhone 8, which is believed to exceed $ 1,000, can come with a 5.2-inch screen;
Some time ago, Apple would have asked more than 70 million OLED screens to Samsung. Apparently, and with rumors gaining strength, it is likely that Apple is planning to incorporate an OLED screen on the iPhone 8. Apple plans to launch three devices by the end of 2017, and one of them is expected to have that "new" that already Have incorporated other devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and more recently the Samsung Galaxy S8.

iPhone 8

According to reports circulating on the network, and confirmed, this would be the first time that Apple would use OLED screens on their flagship. However, unlike other smartphone makers who use curved displays to add new features, such as alerts to a call or the ability to quickly access contacts, the curved display of the iPhone 8 would not offer new features, according to the report. The curved screen would function primarily as a new design element.

The iPhone 8 will be launched along with what is speculated to be the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, which would offer only minor updates on last year's model, the iPhone 7.

What Can We Expect From iPhone 8?

Apple is expected to release three models of the iPhone 8 to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the device. Sources have said the three iPhone models will be waterproof and will support wireless charging of some sort, though it has not been said whether it would be the standard wireless charge or the long-range charge that Apple is rumored to be working on.

Apple is estimated to be selling up to 100 million new iPhones this year, and at least 55 million with OLED screens

The iPhone 8, which is believed to exceed $ 1,000, can come with a 5.2-inch screen. The other two phones, 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches, will adopt the existing technology of liquid crystal display without curves. In addition, at least one of the models is expected to carry a three-dimensional sensor that allows facial recognition as part of the new biometric features. The home button should also disappear, while the other two will maintain that feature, as rumored.
Market observers and industry sources are expecting a record year for Apple due to the growing hype of the upcoming iPhone 8. Jeff Pu, of Taipei-based Yuanta Investment Consulting, estimates that Apple can sell up to 100 million new iPhones this year Year, and at least 55 million with OLED screens.
In addition, in a new claim that will likely cause much debate, it is reported that Apple will replace the Lightning connector with a USB-C port. In fact, all the upcoming iPhones are said to have a USB-C port for the power cord and other peripheral devices instead of the original Lightning connector from the company.
All this is in line with the rumors we've heard before, so it might be true, but we will not know until the iPhone 8 is announced, something that is expected to happen in September.



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