Searching for the Apple’s upcoming iPhones best features and design that needed further corroboration about the 2017 range itself, then Nikkel Asian Review is looking forward to provide that.
The said publication has released a new report which technically takes you to the next lever to confirm pretty much all of the rumors that we’ve already heard, but this particular, focuses purely on Apple’s intentions to release three models later this year, including a new 5.8-inch high-end model.
What’s more generic here is that the latest report is not that it looks to confirm earlier reports regarding the existence of a larger, 5.8-inch device, but that Nikkei had previously argued against the existence of that device, instead suggesting that Apple would introduce a 5-inch model instead. Now, it although seems that the majority of analysts and outlets are on the same page regarding the 2017 iPhone, including agreeing on the configuration of those devices:
The upcoming iPhone, to be launched this fall, will come in three configurations — two with liquid crystal displays and one with a 5.8-inch organic light-emitting diode display.
The information shows once against suggests that consumers will have the option of choosing from three options, two of which will ship with the usual liquid crystal displays, and the one which is well-rumored will presumably be the expensive top-end device, to ship with the new OLED panels. Many around the world are very much confident that Apple will introduce a large, 5.8-inch device, that too merges with previously reported by KGI Securities suggesting that the device will have 5.1 to 5.2-inches of usable screen real estate, with the rest being taken up by a ‘function area’.
That sounds like a great news for consumers – especially those who are interested to part with upwards of $1000 for the high-end model – but it looks as though those big spenders may have to wait a little longer than anticipated. Reports surfaced claiming that the OLED model of the device could be delayed due to display supply constraints, meaning Apple could be looking at a release date beyond the usual September push.
When the hardware indeed make it path into the market is unknown, we should be expecting a highly impressive “10th anniversary” in September of beyond.