According to new rumors, Apple is planning to launch new 5.4 and 6.7 inch iPhone models. These new models may come with thinner OLED screens.
Device should have four rear cameras, reduced notch and reworked side
The so-called iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will embrace Samsung's technology called Y-OCTA, which enables touch screen circuitry to be incorporated directly into the OLED panel without having to have a separate layer. This results in thinner screens and lower production costs.
It is unclear whether thinner screen technology will necessarily lead to the launch of thinner iPhones in 2020. It is worth remembering that the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are actually a bit thicker and heavier than iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, respectively, because of the new batteries present in these devices.
Samsung will provide Y-OCTA-based panels for the new 5.4 and 6.7-inch iPhone models, while the more affordable 6.1-inch model will use the traditional multi-layered touch screen provided. Samsung and LG. Chinese maker BOE is expected to be out of the list of screen suppliers for iPhones launched in 2020.
2020 is likely to be a big year for the iPhone, with rumors pointing to the new models with the above mentioned screen sizes, redesigned metal body similar to the iPhone 4, 3D-detecting rear camera, 5G support and up to 6GB of memory. RAM.
Multiple sites are speculating that Apple will eventually launch an iPhone with Face ID and Touch ID under the screen, but it is unknown whether it will hit the market in 2020 or 2021. Touch ID support under the screen will allow user authentication by positioning your finger anywhere on the screen. The recently launched LG G8X ThinQ smartphone in Brazil comes with hidden fingerprint reader under the screen of the device.
Apple's plans to launch the new 5.4, 6.1 and 6.7 inch iPhones in 2020 were also mentioned by analysts as Ming-Chi Kuo.