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  1. Maura

    New Schematics Leak Revealing 2018 iPhone Line-up Dimensions

    MacRumors report today on new schematics and renderings obtained from a case manufacturer that have leaked via Russian website Wylsa.com that claim to show two out of three of the forthcoming new iPhones, including dimensions. The phones depicted in the series of images are the 6.5-inch OLED...
  2. Maura

    New Report Says all Three 2019 iPhones Will Have OLED Displays

    A new report from South Korea’s ETNews, via AppleInsider, says that by 2019 all new iPhones will have OLED displays. According to ETNews’ source, Apple has just started planning its 2019 iPhone line-up, and has decided that all three of the rumoured phones will have OLED displays. In contrast...
  3. Maura

    Apple Asks Samsung to Reduce its OLED Display Costs Ahead of 2018 iPhone Production

    MacRumors reports today on a new story from Digitimes that says that Apple is insisting that Samsung lowers its pricing for the OLED displays that Apple will be ordering for forthcoming iPhone X models. According to the sources of the Digitimes report, Apple has asked Samsung to reduce its...
  4. Maura

    2018 LCD iPhone Could Cost $200 Less Than OLED iPhones

    According to a new supply chain report from Rosenblatt Securities’ Jun Zhang, via AppleInsider, production of this year’s iPhone line-up will start in August, with the LCD model expected to cost around $200 less than the OLED models. According to Zhang, the line-up will feature a 5.8-inch and a...
  5. Maura

    Forthcoming LCD iPhone Could Cost as Little as $550

    AppleInsider reports today on a new note to investors from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, in which he says that one version of Apple’s rumoured forthcoming LCD iPhone could be dual-SIM dual standby (DSDS) capable, with two physical SIM card slots and no eSIM support. A second LCD model...
  6. Maura

    Barclays: 2018 OLED iPhone Could Have Smaller Notch

    According to a new research note from Barclays analysts Andrew Gardiner, Hiral Patel, Joseph Wolf, and Blayne Curtis, Apple is set to release three new iPhones this year (this is also the opinion of KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo), all of which will have a second-generation TrueDepth camera...
  7. Maura

    Rumour: Apple Thinking About Releasing Two OLED and Two LCD iPhones This Year

    AppleInsider reports today that a new rumour has surfaced via DigiTimes Research Division’s sources in Apple’s Chinese supply chain that Apple is mulling over plans to release two LCD iPhones and two OLED iPhones this year. The two LCD models would be 5.7- and 6-inches, and the two OLED (or “X”)...
  8. Maura

    iPhone X Comes Out On Top in Extreme OLED “Burn In” Test

    AppleInsider reports today on an 510-hour test recently conducted by South Korean website Cetizen in a bid to test the burn-in capabilities of various smartphone OLED displays. Image burn-in is something that OLED displays are susceptible to, and something that Apple tried very hard to avoid...
  9. Maura

    iPhone X “Best Performing Smartphone Display" Ever Says DisplayMate

    DisplayMate has published its in-depth evaluation of Apple’s iPhone X Super Retina HD display, and the result is a glowing A+ report that heralds the display as the “best performing smartphone display we have ever tested.” DisplayMates’ Dr. Raymond M. Soneira said that the iPhone X Super Retina...
  10. Maura

    All the Facts About the Revolutionary iPhone X Face ID System

    Today, Apple finally unveiled its new flagship iPhone X, complete with Super Retina OLED edge-to-edge display, and the rumoured-for-months new Face ID authentication system. According to many of the rumours that had been swirling around for the past few months, Apple had been forced to choose...
  11. Maura

    All the Facts About the New iPhone X’s Super Retina OLED Display

    We’ve all been calling it the OLED iPhone display for months, but today at the special event in Cupertino, California, Apple revealed that the iPhone X’s OLED display is actually called the “Super Retina” display. Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, Phil Schiller, said during...
  12. Maura

    Apple Announces iPhone X

    Just as expected, Apple today announced its flagship OLED iPhone, the iPhone X, at the inaugural event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park, Cupertino. While the surprise had been spoiled by leaks over the weekend, the reveal was no less thrilling when it eventually happened. Introduced by...
  13. Maura

    New OLED iPhone SIM Trays Leak

    Prolific iPhone leaker Benjamin Geskin has posted images of what he claims are SIM trays for the forthcoming OLED iPhone, reports AppleInsider. Of course it’s hard to tell how genuine they are as they look exactly like iPhone 7 SIM trays, but the colours are interesting, as if accurate, they...
  14. Maura

    iPhone 8 Home Button to be Replaced by iOS 11 Dock and Gestures

    MacRumors reports that according to a new report from Bloomberg, the iPhone 8 will be using a new gesture control system as well as multitasking App Switching via a new dock, thanks to iOS 11, instead of the home button. According to the original report from Bloomberg, sources in the know who...
  15. Maura

    Did Pictures of an OLED Apple TV Just Leak?

    BGR reports today on new images that have leaked that are claimed to be the first ever seen of an Apple OLED TV being built. The photos initially appeared on Chinese microblogging website Weibo, and if genuine, they could vindicate long-time expert Apple analyst Gene Munster’s long-held belief...
  16. Maura

    Foxconn VP Reveals 40% Defect Rate for iPhone 8 OLED Screens

    AppleInsider reports that Foxconn vice president Luo Zhongsheng has revealed in a now-deleted post on Chinese micro-blogging website Weibo that the iPhone 8 will be more expensive to buy as a direct result of low yields of the OLED display. Apparently, difficulties with cutting the OLED material...
  17. Maura

    Apple Said to be Paying LG $2.7 Billion for OLED iPhone Display Production Line

    Earlier in the month reports surfaced that Apple was looking to invest heavily in LG’s OLED production lines in order to secure them exclusively for iPhone screens. Now, more details have emerged about the deal, thanks to a new report from Korea Economic Daily via 9to5 Mac. According to the...
  18. Maura

    Apple Said to Have Installed its Own OLED Technology in Taiwan

    9to5 Mac reports today that according to DigiTimes, Apple is installing its own OLED technology and facilities in Taiwan in a bid to become less reliant on Samsung, which is currently the exclusive supplier of OLED displays for the forthcoming iPhone 8. According to the original report in ET...
  19. Maura

    Samsung Set to Return to iPhone Chip Production Next Year

    According to a new report in The Korea Herald, via MacRumors, Samsung Electronics is set to return to manufacturing chips for Apple’s iPhone line-up from 2018. Currently, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is the sole supplier for the A10 chip for the iPhone 7 and the A11 chip...
  20. Maura

    Rumour: Apple Panicking Over iPhone 8 Wireless Charging and 3D Sensor Problems

    According to a new report from Fast Company, via MacRumors, Apple designers and engineers are still working “feverishly” to fix various iPhone 8 problems, some of which are so bad they could cause production delays. The Fast Company source said that there’s a “sense of panic” at Apple because...
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