Apple Tipped To Release Three New iPhones In 2017, Top-OLED Model Dubbed Ferrari

Apple’s iPhone 8 rumors are already in and out for some time now as we go towards the actual unveil we have received another package that claims internally that the next high-end iPhone device codenamed ‘Ferrari’, according to Chinese micro-blogging platform, Weibo.

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The leaked documents however confirm Apple’s 2017 iPhone name. Suggests that the Cupertino-based firm will launch a premium iPhone (Ferrari) on top of next year. If the rumors are true, we all will get an ever crazier iPhone then. The latest suggest Apple also will debut three new iPhone models and one should be the well targeted Ferrari variant.

Just this month in December 2016 a report claimed that instead of launching iPhone 8, Apple might be interested in releasing iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, alongside a redesigned, top-tier model – that could be this model “Ferrari” codenamed D20, D21, and D22 respectively.

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Rumored specifications regarding Ferrari also appears and said will sport a glass sandwich design with bezel-less OLED display, which would allow the phone to have borderless, all-display front surface. Also hints at an invisible Home button and will be the first iPhone to support wireless charging by means. Another rumor is that the AMOLED screen would be mounted on plastic, suggesting that it might be curved enough.


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Other speculations also focused on expectations that could come with redesigned internals that split the logic board into two discrete units connected by flex cable. The SIM card tray will be relocated towards the bottom of the iOS device. With one only model sporting the new kind of OLED screen should be the “Ferrari” iPhone, which is all set to be released to mark the 10th anniversary, will be coming with a “substantial internal recreation,” the leaked documents claim. Also says that Apple is considering relocate the SIM card tray to make some soom for internal components.


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We should know more about the next and new iPhones expected to bring with them in 2017. Apple’s Ferrari is another kind of redesign though.

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