We are expecting three different versions of the 2018 iPhone X this year, one with an 6.1 inch LCD display, one with a 5.8 inch OLED display and one with a 6.5 inch OLED display.
All three versions of the 2018 iPhone X are expected to have a similar design to the existing handset. We previously heard that all models would feature a notch at the top of the display. According to a recent report, this notch may be smaller than the one on the current iPhone X.
The news comes from a research note from Barclays that was obtained by MacRumors and the information originally came from Apple’s supply chain. Apple will be using their TrueDepth 3D sensor on this years handsets and also on a new iPad, although the sensor is expected to be slightly smaller than the one in the current iPhone.
This would allow for a smaller notch at the top of the iPhones display, exactly how much smaller it will be than the current iPhone is not known at the moment. The handsets will also get a number of other upgrades over the existing device.
We are expecting the LCD iPhone X to be popular as it will retail for around $699, this is considerably cheaper than the $999 Apple charges for the current iPhone X.
Source MacRumorsFiled Under: Apple, Apple iPhone