Tencent Technology News, April 16 According to foreign media reports, Samsung will start producing OLED displays for Apple’s new generation of iPhone X and iPhone X Plus machines next month.
According to the report, Samsung started the production line in May this year and plans to double its production capacity in June. Unlike previous productions that began in late June or the third quarter, Samsung seems to have advanced its production schedule by one month.
Judging from the contents of this report, the previous rumors were further confirmed. According to the news, Apple will release three new iPhones in 2018, including the successor to the current iPhone X and the iPhone X Plus with a larger screen. Both models use OLED displays. There is also a mid-range model with an LCD screen, and all three new iPhones use Face ID facial recognition. The new generation iPhone will meet us in September this year and will accept bookings from October.
This year's three new iPhones are in stark contrast to the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X released last year. Although the conference was held in September, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus began accepting bookings on September 15th, one week after the conference. However, iPhone X did not start booking until October 27, and it was a full one and a half months late.
The outside world believes that the main pressure for the postponement of listing of the iPhone X last year was due to capacity issues, especially the TrueDepth component that provides hardware protection for Face ID. However, at present, this issue has been resolved and will not affect the production of the new generation iPhone in 2018.
So this fall, users can easily buy new Apple products, of course, is likely to be the same as before, the first batch of models will still be very popular, so want to first start the new iPhone users need to do in advance Ready.