The Wall Street Journal published a new rumor that confirms the rumors about the next iPhone, which should then mount an OLED display of the curved type. Reports from previous reliable sources confirm that Apple will introduce three iPhone models this year; The current version of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus as an updated version of the LCD screen with 7s and 7s Plus with the 10th anniversary of the iPhone with a special OLED display on the iPhone 8.
“Anonymous” sources cited by the WSJ say that the tenth anniversary of the iPhone will be available in limited edition, along with the other two “s” that will have an LCD screen and resume largely the design of the current iPhone 7/7 Plus. This new iPhone will mount a curved OLED screen and will cost at least $1,000 in the basic version. The expected size of the iPhone 8, which is expected to have a full-size OLED screen, will be similar to the 4.7-inch iPhone, but it will house a 5.5-inch iPhone-sized display. Again, according to Kuo, a trusted Apple analyst will have a 5.15-inch display of the iPhone 8, which is expected to have a 5.8-inch screen.
Apple will also eliminate the home button, which will be integrated below the display, and could replace the Lightning port with a USB-C. On the bottom of the device will be integrated a sort of “functional area” that can be used by the user to perform certain operations.
The OLED screen display will be produced by Samsung, LG and saw that JDI are not yet ready to meet the demands of Apple. It also confirmed the presence of a 3D-tracking camera built with the acquired company PrimeSense technology company that created the first Kinect concept.
(Source: The Wall Street Journal)