Given that the iPhone X that was released last year, represents a move official to Apple about the use of OLED displays in iPhones, he asked When Will Apple move full towards OLED screens. Last year, we saw Apple using LCD screens in the two models of the iPhone, and use the OLED screen in one model. This year, I decided to Apple to use OLED displays in two models of the iPhone, and use the LCD screen in one model, and therefore how the situation will be in the next year?
Well, for those who are hoping to see Apple use OLED screens on all models of iPhone coming in the next year, there will be probably disappointed great to know that a new report from analyst old Chinese Ming-Chi Kuo says that Apple will continue to use LCD screens in certain models of iPhone coming in the next year. According to the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is saying that Apple will retain the same current group in the year 2019.
This means that we’ll see three new models of the iPhone in the next year, two models featuring two OLED screens in sizes 5.8 inch and 6.5 inch, while the second model LCD screen size of 6.1 inch. However, it is still unclear what are the names that will come out of these phones, but if you are hoping to see Apple produce a fully working screens OLED in smart phones, then you have most likely to wait longer, and we can say the same thing if you’d like to see Apple increase the screen sizes. Note that this is not an official confirmation, but it is known about the predictions of Ming-Chi Kuo that it be accurate, so there is a good chance to be what we said above is true.
However, this step may not be surprise by Apple. Returning to the reports Ming-Chi Kuo of the former, it is suggested to bring the phone iPhone XR sales higher than expected, so it would be logical for Apple to keep it in good condition.
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