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WSJ: one of three new iPhones in 2017 will have the OLED display

This week the publication Macotakara, citing sources in the supply chain of Apple, announced that in 2017 the company will release the iPhone 7s iPhone 7s Plus instead of the iPhone 8. However, according to The Wall Street Journal, next year will be three new iPhone models, one of which will have an OLED screen.

In 2017 Apple will introduce three new iPhone, according to informed sources. In addition to the iPhone 7s iPhone 7s Plus, which will replace the current flagship iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the market also will be a brand new modification. She, unlike the iPhone 7s iPhone 7s Plus will be equipped not LCD, and OLED display. And the final transition to OLED iPhone is planned for 2018.

On the possibility of using OLED in the iPhone rumor ever since the release of the first model of smartphone. OLED displays are characterized by small thickness and a high efficiency LCD panel, even with a record low consumption can’t compare with them on this indicator. Another advantage of technology is the possibility of developing a smartphone with a curved screen.

It is noted that in 2017 to supply OLED displays for the new iPhone will be the South Korean company Samsung Display. And other screen manufacturers, such as LG Display, Japan Display and Sharp, ready to join Samsung in 2018, when all iPhones will be equipped with OLED-displays.

As for the design of the first iPhone with OLED screen, he will be wearing the glass case, get a display “edge to edge” with a built-in fingerprint scanner Touch ID and support for wireless charging.

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