The news that Apple can use the choice for the iPhone 8 on the curved OLED screen is long gone. This gives the phone an image that reminds me of the Galaxy S7 edge. Earlier rumors say that a curved screen would be preferred in only one version. However, according to a new report by Korea Herald, all of Apple’s next-generation smartphones will use curved OLED panels produced by Samsung.
According to the report, the Cupertino-based company has already ordered Samsung in a size that can be measured in millions. All of the OLED panels ordered by Apple are covered with plastic. Samsung is said to have the capacity to produce about 100 million curved OLED panels for Apple.
The curved, plastic panel will cover the edges of the device, and the iPhone is said to have a design similar to Samsung’s flagship phones.
IPhone 8 can accommodate new detection technologies
According to The Korea Herald, the only innovation on the iPhone 8 will not be a curved OLED screen. The Cupertino-based company is also among the rumors that the new flagship will deploy new detection technologies for the phone. On the new iPhone, the user is told that a detection system will respond if the user touches the device. However, it is also possible that Apple does not prefer to use this technology on its new flagship.
In 2017, the 10th anniversary of the first iPhone release will be celebrated. For this reason, the iPhone 8 is expected to emerge with a radical design. But it looks like we will have to wait until next September to see what this design is.