As per previous rumours, Apple is set to unveil two new models with OLED screens, and a cheaper one with an LCD panel at its iPhone event later this year.A report by Chinese book Feng on Wednesday shows says the new CGS display – while making the smartphone more impact resistant and lighter complete – won’t support 3D Touch. The lack of 3D Touch on the cheaper 6.1-inch iPhone was tipped before. The report adds that the total cost of this 6.1-inch LCD iPhone’s touch panel increases 15 percent thanks to the use of a thin-film detector in addition to the touch-film sensor. Why Apple is utilizing the nano sensor isn’t known at the moment. Apple also allegedly has plans to use CGS procedure on all iPhone variations in the 2019 lineup.
According to Kuo, Apple’s providers are going to have a treat as earnings will grow slightly thanks to the rise in cost of the signature panel.
Before this week, a report had suggested the LCD iPhone could be priced $200 (roughly Rs. 13,200) lower than the other two OLED models. This is said to have been made possible as a result of certain cost-cutting efforts in terms of display panels, apparatus frame, camera components, and much more. In terms of design, Apple could incorporate a notch on the LCD version, albeit with a slight bottom chin.
Previously, Ming-Chi Kuo’d stated the LCD iPhone will start from as low as $550 for the unlocked version. Also, the model is said to arrive in a single SIM variant and one with dual-SIM support.