To support its affordable price tag, the new 5.85-inch iPhone X successor will incorporate low-level specification components than its 6.1-inch LCD counterpart - e.g. On the contrary, analysts are now reporting that there will be two OLED iPhones this year and one of them, a 5.85-inch model, might, in fact, be the cheapest iPhone this year. This means that the customers can expect a price drop when compared to the a year ago launched iPhone X.
Lin also states that Apple planned on launching an LCD version of the 5.8-inch iPhone. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus were released in September as normal whereas the iPhone X did not come out until November. The first Apple product to feature a MicroLED display is likely to be a wearable device such as an Apple Watch, replacing the current screen which is made by LG Display, the report adds. Fortunate if true, a new report now comes in, which suggests that the alleged iPhone X sequel may cost lesser than the existing model.
Apple managed to reach a better agreement with Samsung Display, which will mean that the panel costs will not increase. This shows that there's room for Apple to improve - and, frankly, improve dramatically - on this relatively annoying aspect of the iPhone X in future models. That iPhone is not the one being mentioned in the report by the analyst since that one is rumored to have a 6.5-inch edge to edge display.
The large iPhone is said to have an iPhone X display in a body the size of an iPhone 8 Plus.
According to a report in Taiwanese publication Digitimes, Apple could launch a 5.85-inch OLED iPhone that would be cheaper to manufacture than the original iPhone X (REVIEW). It wouldn't surprise me, then, to see Apple carry this pricing strategy over to the new iPhone models, especially since Apple appears to be reshaping its iPhone segmentation strategy to mirror the iPad's.
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