Apple Leaks Rumors

iPhone XI S Plus May Come With A 6.5 Inch OLED Screen: Report

Since some few days, a lot of leaked information has been informed something about Apple’s upcoming devices that will be released in 2018.  The information was mainly explained about the display technology of Apple’s 2018 devices. The renowned KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has also predicted that one of the upcoming devices of Apple will have a 6.5-inch screen. Now a new report about this has come to the front. The new report has informed about the prediction done by Chul-Joong Kim of Jefferies & Co. The analyst predicted that an iPhone with a 6.5-inch display is very likely. Further, he stated that by 2020 Apple would introduce a model with this display size and the model may be named as iPhone X1 S.

As per some information, the iPhone X1 S will come with an OLED display, and that will be manufactured by LG, the display supplier for Apple’s devices. For iPhone X, the OLED displays were supplied by Samsung. Now Apple is planning to invest in a new LG facility which will only build a display for iPhone.

The analyst Chul-Joong Kim informed that the upcoming 6.5 inch iPhone model would use only 180 panels per shoot but the iPhone X can 230 panels. So it is said that that will create a new challenge for display suppliers.

Due to some complex technical nature and notch style at the top of the screen, the display of iPhone X is quite complicated to understand and has been given some trouble. After facing some issues with the fingerprint scanner, Apple has postponed the production.

The analyst also predicted about the foldable OLED screens for iPhones and said that the first model might be introduced in 2019. About the naming of the devices, if the company followed the current strategy, then in 2018 the iPhone name will be the iPhone X S. Besides this, if all the predictions are accurate, by 2020 people will get the iPhone XI S.



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