The 2017 seems to be a year characterized by many analysts as “transitioning” for Apple, as the company will present three new models for the first time in one season.
Something similar had happened in 2015, when Apple first unveiled two new iPhone models instead of one. The beginning was made with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
For this year, we expect to see three devices: what we are temporarily calling iPhone 8 (the only one with an OLED screen), iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus (which will keep LCD screens).
However, a new report by the Japanese newspaper “Nikkei” argues that the “three new models” strategy will be implemented by Apple for 2018, coupled with the introduction of more OLED screens.
Regardless of how many new models Apple will present next year (after all, we have not seen this year yet), the report, invoking trusted sources, assumes that the full and definitive transition to OLED screens will be made by the models presented in the 2nd semester of 2018.
At the same time it is argued that next year, Apple’s main OLED screen supplier will remain Samsung, no matter how many devices are ultimately announced.
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