'iPhone 8' To Feature 5.8-Inch Display; Samsung Serves As Supplier To Apple
OLED panels, a staple in high-end smartphones would be supplied by Samsung for the to-be-released iPhone 8 for the coming year. Reasons for the supplying include Samsung being the only one capable of meeting the requirements of Apple in the next year.
Furthermore, Samsung Display is also able to provide for the most number of units, with 20 million for each month, much more than other known manufacturers for the OLED. Sources say that the OLED screens to be provided by the Korea-based company to Apple would measure 5.8 inches.
While some sources also claim that the new model would be having a smaller screen, at 5 inches, inclusive of the edges. Ibtimes.com, on the other hand, is more specific, with the dimensions, stating that the dimensions would come in three variants, specifically 4.7-inches, 5.8 inches, and a slightly smaller 5.5 inches.
It is expected that the AMOLED iPhone units in 2017 would be having an expected shipment rate of between 60 and 70 million units, with small-scale manufacturing to commence in March. It is also said that the output will steadily increase in mid-2017, specifically between the months of May and June, with the anticipated launch date to fall in the month of September.
For other parts, Japan-based Nissha Printing would serve as the supplier for the touch sensors to be used in the AMOLED screen, touch sensor and OLED display panel bonding will be performed by General Interface Solutions, Samsung, or TPK Holding.
According to IB Times, a brand new, top-of-the-line OLED model, apart from two LCD-screen models would be released for this new year. With it, other suggested features include, having a curved screen for the OLED version.
Apart from a less rigid and more flexible, and brighter screen, an A11 processing unit, iris and facial scanning technologies, a glass-panel rear, and possibly even the absence of the traditional home button found in earlier versions of the said phone. The release of the three new versions of the iPhone 8 would mark the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, which has been the Apple's flagship smartphone since its launch in 2007.
It has since gained so much popularity through these years, being in extra tight competition with Samsung and other Android-powered phones since the start of the present decade, with the iPhone briefly being on top in terms of sales for phones just a few years ago.
Apple and its Other Products
According to BGR, the tech giant has most definitely put top priority on the iPhone for 2017, given the fact that the device is now on its 10th year of being released and appreciated by the public. Throughout the years, Apple has been known to release several gadget types through the years.
This includes the iPod in the early 2000s, with the MacBook, iPad, and the iPhone following the suit. Despite the heavily-hyped release of the iPhone 8, updates for the MacBook would be released as well. Hopefully, the iPhone 8 and its batch of varieties wouldn't fail its hyped users.
Why 'Apple iMac 2017' Will Be Great, Says Tim Cook
Analysts are fearing that Apple is leaning towards retiring its desktop line of Macs. The reason behind this speculation is due to the fact that Apple hasn't updated or done anything to improve their iMacs for 2 years already. But this theory isn't the case, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook.
iPhone 7 Plus Photography: 3 Best Ways To Capture Stunning Photos
For people who are more than willing and eager to purchase the latest iPhone 7, there have been no regrets because one of its outstanding features is its amazing camera. With that being said, here are 3 of the best ways to capture stunning photos with the iPhone 7 Plus.
How The 'iPhone 8 Pencil' Can Threaten 'Galaxy Note 8' Success
Rumors have been surfacing regarding a new Galaxy Note 8 stylus being developed to rival the Apple Pencil. This came out after Apple CEO Tim Cook recently spoke on the subject. Cook stated in an interview that Apple is currently dwelling on the possibility of utilizing the Apple Pencil for future editions of the iPhone series.
Apple iPhone 7 Vs OnePlus 3T: Brand Quality Beats Price Tag?
The iPhone 7 is Apple's latest and most impressive flagship phone to date, unsurprisingly, along with keeping the existing traditional design while incorporating water resistance features, an amazing camera, and some performance improvements.At the same time, the OnePlus 3T has just officially released in India, and while it's not quite known compared to Apple's iPhone 7, you can still get a heck of a lot of phones for a lot lesser price than what Apple is charging on their smartphones. What is also shocking is that the two handsets are very similar in a lot of areas.
Apple's iPhone Vs iPod: Which Device Do You Really Need?
The iPod Classics was the very first music player for Apple and it was a huge success until Apple officially introduced the iPhone and ultimately killed the iPod lines on 2014. A lot of analysts have argued which has the better sound quality, leading them towards conducting tests and compared whether the Classic iPod or the iPhone had the better output of your favorite tunes.
Can The 'Google Pixel' Phone Beat The 'iPhone 7'?
Though Apple's iPhone 7 is considered as one of the best handsets to date, the up and coming Google Pixel smartphone has the potential of beating the iPhone. With the two phones being similar specs-wise and performance-wise, the Google Pixel can definitely stand its ground against the iPhone 7.
Apple iPhone 8 Vs Samsung Galaxy S8: Battle Of The Future Flagships: Latest Updates On Specs, Price And More
The competition between Samsung's Galaxy S8 and Apple's iPhone 8 next year is going to be epic in the smartphone industry. Samsung is looking to bounce back and gain people's trust again after it's tragic Note 7 failure. Apple, on the other end, is looking to get back on track with yet another major smartphone refresh. With all things said, here are some head-to-head comparisons between the two upcoming juggernaut handsets.
The Damages Caused By 'Galaxy Note 7' To Samsung, How Severe Is It?
2016 was a very tough year for Samsung. Thanks to the exploding battery issues with the recently discontinued Galaxy Note 7, Samsung was forced to issue an expensive global recall to compensate for the problem. The solution didn't work so well and a second recall was initiated, along with the production of the handset ending. The Note 7 was projected to be one of the biggest-selling smartphones of the year. Instead, it became a major problem that Samsung had to discontinue it once and for all.
What Is The Samsung Galaxy S8 'All-Screen Design'?
One of the biggest questions of 2017 will be how Samsung recovers from its disastrous Note 7 failure, and Google's triumphant Pixel launch this year. It seems that the company's direct answer is to push the boundaries of design with the next upcoming Galaxy S flagship phone, which, according to reports, will be featuring an "all-screen" design.
Why The 'iPhone 8' Will Feature Classic LCD Screen? OLED Display Dished Out
OLED technology has already reached a point where it is affordable to use on the iPhone, a move that Apple kept on postponing due to cost and supply problems. But screen supply will not be able to meet Apple's requirements, and only two iPhone 8 versions will be launched with LCD displays. Apple has been doing some impressive things with LCD technology on the iPhone 7 and the iPad Pro, but experts still insist that LCD displays won't ever match OLEDs.
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