Apple's going back to metal for 2018 LCD iPhone

Apple's going back to metal for 2018 LCD iPhone

Looks like Apple is not yet ready to bid farewell to LCD. Nikkei also revealed that the final teaser of Apple claimed to launch iPhone X plus in 2018.

The iPhone 7 came in five different color options, including Rose Gold, Gold, Silver, Jet Black, and Matte Black.

Last month, Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities indicated that Apple would unveil a new 6.1-inch iPhone next year with the iPhone X design, but a traditional LCD display instead of OLED. The next-generation iPhone will also feature a metal back, like the iPhone 7. Kuo also suggests that this model will feature a 6.1-inch TFT LCD screen. Pegatron is now the assembler of the iPhone 8, so both Casetek and Pegatron are hoping that Apple would ask them to integrate the services they offer for iPhone orders in 2018. Ltd will only be able to provide Apple with an estimated 10 million OLED displays in 2018, according to Eric Chiou, an analyst at Taipei-based research company WitsView Technology Corp.

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Apple will release its biggest iPhone with large 6.1 inch display.

This report does fit more or less with Kuo's claims, however, the analyst predicts the "iPhone X Plus" model will be even larger, measuring in at 6.5 inches. "The two OLED handsets will come in two sizes - one either 6.2 or 6.3-inches long and the other 5.8 inches", Nikkei said. A recent report by Nomura, a noted Japanese securities firm, has now predicted that come 2018, Apple will produce two OLED and one LC iPhones. Kuo, however, stated that all three 2018 models would debut with full-screen, edge-to-edge displays and the TrueDepth camera system that's now featured on the 10th anniversary iPhone. This of course explains why the device is rumored to be a low-cost entry built for low-end and midrange markets.

The LCD iPhone, meanwhile, will cost between $650 and $900.

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