Apple iPhone 8 Will Be The Greatest iPhone Ever Made, But Why?

By Staff writer , Nov 16, 2016 05:44 AM EST

Credible Sources on the iPhone 8 indicate that next year's iPhone would be the biggest one yet. With Apple deciding to release immediately a second interim upgrade for the iPhone 7, anticipations are higher than usual for what is to come next. Whether it will become the iPhone 7s, iPhone 8, or the 10th-Anniversary iPhone, at least either of these proposed models will be using an OLED display and will be big, which will potentially make it the greatest iPhone ever made. This was according to a recent report which cited Barclays Research, whose analysts talked to sources in Apple's supply chain during a recent trip to Asia.

How big will it be?

How different and how big will this coming iPhone be? Just imagine a bezel-less display design that comes along with a screen size of about 5.8 - 6 inches (way up from the 7 Plus' 5.5 inches). That larger model would also be using an OLED display, which is a first for any iPhone. Keep in mind that the actual dimensions of the 5.8-inch iPhone may not be as big as the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus due to the bezel-less design.

Let's not blow things out of proportion

Though it's a great way to be excited about next year's iPhone, It's still pretty early so those rumored display sizes are not entirely 100% sure. But Barclays believes that what Apple is trying to do right now is to move from the traditional iPhones and into the modern era of larger screen sizes and curved edges.

Next year's iPhone will be a premium one

This follows reports earlier this year that pointed to a 5.8-inch iPhone that features a curved OLED display. Additionally, Japan-based Nikkei has already mentioned that the large iPhone is going to be a premium model and will be sold alongside other traditional 4.7-inch and 5-inch iPhones with more conventional LCD screens.

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