According to a new report from JPMorgan, the iPhone 7s will reportedly use the same glass backs as the OLED iPhone.
The OLED version of the iPhone will reportedly feature the edge-to-edge display, which will be its main distinguishing feature. The analyst also claims that the OLED version will also come with the AirPods, which could add to the total cost of the device.
JPMorgan analysts have had mixed success with Apple rumours, so we can treat this report with a bit of skepticism. The report suggests that the s0-called iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will have some aesthetic changes compared to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The aesthetic changes will reportedly be made up of 2.5D glass backs, which will include wireless charging.
The report also says that Apple’s OLED iPhone 8 will feature a 5.85 inch display, eliminating all side bezels. This contradicts recent rumours that have said the display on the OLED iPhone 8 will cover the entire front face.