“Apple is expected to dramatically redesign the iPhone in 2017 while introducing at least one model with an OLED display,” Zac Hall reports for 9to5Mac. “Supply chain analyst firm KGI Securities has now issued a new report predicting how Apple’s flagship iPhone lineup will look next year with new details on different screen sizes, display types, and camera features.”
“According to the report, Apple is expected to introduce three new iPhone models in 2017,” Hall reports. “One model will feature the OLED display, while two models will continue to use the TFT-LCD technology.”
“The dual camera introduced on the iPhone 7 Plus will continue to only be offered on the 5.5-inch models, not the 4.7-inch model,” Hall reports. “One could guess that the 5.5-inch model with an OLED display could create a higher price tier than the $649 and $769 prices for the entry level iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models currently.”
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