The recurring rumor about the iPhone 8 reappears, which tells us about its next OLED screen. A key component for the next iPhone that would have gone through a lot of problems before the small capacity of the manufacturers. Today according to Nikkei, a Japanese newspaper known for its successes in Apple rumors, has gone on to give more details about the next device of Apple.
According to the newspaper, Apple has just closed the purchase of 70 million OLED panels, the responsible manufacturer will be Samsung who will not only supply the 70 million, but is adjusting its production capacity to manufacture 95 million panels only for Apple, and so Be ready in case the demand exceeds expectations.
IPhone 8: 5.2-inch OLED Display with Minimal Frames
According to the report, these new details about the next iPhone come from a source within the production chain , which coincides with many of the rumors that have emerged in recent months, which makes this iPhone start to take shape. The most important is precisely the 70 million OLED panels, which according to estimates, will not be enough for when it goes on sale in September.
These OLED screens will be used on the iPhone for the tenth anniversary, which many call iPhone 8 or iPhone X, which will be accompanied by two iPhone 7s, which will keep the LEDs of 4.7 and 5.5 inches in addition to the button / sensor Of 'Home' on the front.
The supposed iPhone 8 would be the size of the current 4.7-inch iPhone, but with the 5.2-inch OLED screen that would cover much of the front, the 'Home' button / sensor would be removed, plus it would arrive with a 3D sensor for facial recognition . All three devices would have wireless charging, which is mentioned that could be inductive, as well as IP68 certification.
It should be remembered that in addition to what Nikkei mentions, it is said that the iPhone 8 will come with a better camera with augmented reality functions, Apple A11 processor, Touch ID on-screen as well as True Tone technology built into the range IPad.