LCD

Budget 6.1-inch iPhone Shown Off Beside iPhone X in New Renders

Designer Jonas Dähnert for Dutch blog Nieuwe Mobiel has released a new set of renders that show the iPhone X beside the upcoming budget 6.1-inch iPhone, which has been dubbed "iPhone 9". This year, rumours have suggested that Apple will release three new iPhones. One of them will be the direct successor of the 2017...

OLED Supply Could Be Limited For Next Year’s iPhone Model

It is widely expected that ‘iPhone 8’, scheduled to be released at some point next year, will come in three variants, with one model featuring an OLED screen instead of the LCD display for more saturated colors, sharper images, and better contrast. However, the latest reports suggest that it will be difficult to bring the technology […]

‘iPhone 8’ Said to Feature Curved, 5-Inch and 5.8-Inch Screens [REPORT]

Apple is preparing iPhones with bigger screens for a launch next year. Although the iPhone 8 design isn’t final yet, Barclays analysts Blayne Curtis, Christopher Hemmelgarn, Thomas O’Malley, and Jerry Zhang provided some new details about Apple’s next iPhone in a note distributed to clients on Friday, according to a new report from MacRumors. The Cupertino tech giant’s […]

Apple Watch 2 Battery and LCD Leaked in Hands-On [VIDEO]

British online retailer of repair parts Byte has today published a video of the Apple Watch 2 that provides a quick look at the internal housing and spacer ring, and measurements of the second-generation wearable's screen thickness and battery. The new data confirms the presence of a bigger battery, which means the Apple Watch 2...

iPhone Won’t Get AMOLED Displays Anytime Soon: KGI

Apple will likely stick with LCD panels until 2018 and beyond, according to well-connected KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. This contradicts earlier rumours hinting that Apple would indeed adopt AMOLED displays the iPhone (via MacRumors). Earlier this month ET News reported that Apple would likely switch to AMOLED displays for the next-generation iPhone. That won't...

Foxconn Proposes to Buy Sharp’s LCD Business

Apple assembly partner Foxconn has opened talks with Sharp, as it is interested in buying Sharp's LCD business, sources told Japanese news agency Nikkei on Sunday. The offer could give the struggling Japanese company an opportunity to offload operations that brought major losses in the April–June quarter. According to sources, Foxconn has proposed acquiring a...