Apple to Launch Not One but Two iPhones with OLED Displays in 2018
Apple said the iPhone X isn’t necessarily a new-generation device, but the beginning of a new decade for the iPhone, suggesting that future models would be based on this anniversary iPhone and improve its existing design even further.
And now well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities, who has until now proved to be extremely accurate on Apple products, says Cupertino will launch not one but two different iPhone models with OLED displays next year.
Additionally, the analyst says the firm is looking into refining the stainless steel metal frame to improve data transmission and Apple allegedly wants to use more parts for this component. The iPhone X uses four parts for the frame, and the company is considering a new design with more elements that would enhance data transmission.
Bigger iPhone X model?