by admin on June 5, 2017
The report put weight on the deal of Apple’s and Samsung’s supply chain for the 2018 iPhone.
Even the 2017 launch of an iPhone 8 has not become official yet; rumour is moving about next year’s iPhone 9 that it’ll offer us 5.28 – inch and 6.46 – inch sizes with the OLED screens.
Apple has currently provided 4.7 – inch and 5.5 – inch in its iPhone 7 as well as iPhone 7 plus devices. In this year, company is about to launch new iPhones in different 3 sizes –
- iPhone 7s – 4.7 inch
- iPhone 7s Plus – 5.5 inch
- iPhone 8 – 5.8 inch OLED screen
People are gossiping about iPhone devices of 2018 framed with a screen that would be somewhat smaller than the existing iPhone+ models display. Still the report does not assure about the size of iPhone 9. So it may happen that the screen dimensions will be return to the sizes which is similar to the current generation iPhones. But it’s sure that the new generation devices must have full-front displays as well as really reduced bezels.
Report generated by The Investor represent that the Samsung will supply panels, expects selling of at least 180 million OLED panels to Apple. This number is doubled to what they agreed to deliver for iPhone 8, as they have signed an NDA to comprised screen size of iPhone 9.
iPhone 8 will come out with all new designs and features. Such as,
- 2.5D curved glass panels on front
- IP68 water proofing
- Sandwiched from the back side among an elegant stainless steel mid-frame
- A smart connector for AR/VR features
- Latest Apple A11 SoC
- Wireless charging support
The report said the iPhone 9 is expected to come in two OLED models – 5.28 – and 6.46-inch display sizes. Samsung’s OLED shipment is also likely to be more than double at 180 million units. Other details such as screen design and functions could be adjusted considering the phone is still under development.
Other than display OLED sizes, there are no other aspects than the screen design & multiple functioning are under development.
In agreement with the providence of OLED display, Samsung is performing on a devoted OLED manufacturing facility in Asan, South Chungcheong Province utterly for the Apple’s iPhone mobile devices.
However, If we contradict this report; Apple was earlier said that we are performing on the micro LED displays that is said to be utilized on Apple Watch as well as iPhone 9. Business Korea states that Apple would be starting mass production of micro LED displays by the ending of year 2017. It helps in making the production of iPhone 9 in upcoming year 2018. But obvious, it’s quite early to decide potential scenarios for iPhone 9 as iPhone 8’s factors are still shows uncertainty. We can definitely say that the time has started now to move over the iPhone 8.
November 3, 2017