September will be the month of getting to know the new Apple iPhone. These, it seems, will follow the aesthetic lines of the iPhone X introduced in 2017. This means that we will have three devices with reduced margins and one notch.
It seems that Apple will unveil us two models with OLED screen and one with LCD screen. The latter will have a size of 6.1 inches and will be aimed at those who are unwilling to spend 900 € on a smartphone.
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Rumors claim that this model should be around 600 €, making it the most wanted of this trio. The formula for this is the inclusion of an LCD technology screen, thereby reducing production costs and thus lowering its final price.
However, since it is an LCD, thicker margins are expected than we will see on OLED models. All due to the material used, and the usual LCD does not allow the screen to be folded.
6.1 "iPhone with lower margins than Apple iPhone X thanks to Full Active LCD
By the way, we have long seen a picture that proved it. Then we would see three screens that are believed to be of the new iPhone, where one of them has larger margins.
Still, new data is now emerging that leads us to question what we think we know. The publication Macotakara claims that the new 6.1 "iPhone will have smaller margins than Apple iPhone X itself.
This feat will be achieved thanks to a new technology from the Japan Display company. Known as Full Active LCD, this new screen can have margins up to a minimum of 0.5mm. By comparison, the margins of the iPhone X are around 1mm.
The report behind it all adds that this 6.1-inch iPhone will have reduced margins at all four ends. Still, we do not tell us how large these margins will be.
The same report also states that Apple will be struggling in the production of this smartphone. These delays may cause the equipment to hit the market only in November.
These are all rumors and should be taken with due care. Until images of the prototypes of the new iPhone begin to emerge, we cannot prove the truth of these claims.
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