iPhone Rumors

Apple Wins Patent for a Folding iPhone

Apple Wins Patent for a Folding iPhone

Apple has filed another patent for a foldable phone, according to Patently Apple. The patent showcases a device that has, not one, but two folds. This comes after Apple winning the foldable battery patent and even the magnetic lock for a folding phone patent.

Apple May Be Transitioning to LG OLEDs to Avoid Supplying from Samsung

Apple May Be Transitioning to LG OLEDs to Avoid Supplying from Samsung

Apple may be splitting the manufacturing process of their OLED displays for this years iPhone models. Previously, Apple has used LG as the supplier for their LCD panels and Samsung for the OLED variants, however, due to the rising rivalry between Samsung and Apple, the Cupertino company may be switching entirely.

Apple Could Launch Refreshed 4.7-inch iPhone 8 in March 2020

Apple Could Launch Refreshed 4.7-inch iPhone 8 in March 2020

Apple will reportedly release a new 4.7-inch iPhone 8 variant in March 2020 to cater to customers who are still holding onto their iPhone SE and prefer a smaller iPhone.

BOE Looking to Supply OLED Panels to Apple for Future iPhones

BOE Looking to Supply OLED Panels to Apple for Future iPhones

Apple is looking to adopt Samsung’s touch-integrated OLED display in its future flagship iPhones. Apple has so far used a separate touch layer on top of iPhone displays but it is now looking to change that. The switch will allow Apple to design thinner and lighter iPhones.

Foxconn Looking to Set Up an iPhone Assembly Plant in India

Foxconn Looking to Set Up an iPhone Assembly Plant in India

In a bid to reduce its reliance on China, Foxconn is reportedly considering moving some iPhone manufacturing to India so as to diversify its supply-chain resources. Foxconn is Apple’s largest assembler and it assembles a lot of its products including iPhones, MacBooks, iPads, and more.

Apple’s iPhone Lineup to Switch Entirely to OLED Panels in 2020

Apple’s iPhone Lineup to Switch Entirely to OLED Panels in 2020

A new WSJ report claims that Apple plans to switch entirely to OLED display panels for its 2020 iPhone lineup. Citing sources, the report says the move will be done to allow for “more flexible handset design.”

Apple Registers 2018 iPhone Lineup Model Numbers in Eurasia

Apple Registers 2018 iPhone Lineup Model Numbers in Eurasia

Apple has registered two new iPad model numbers, A1895 and A1980, in Eurasia which are likely the company’s 2018 iPad Pro refresh. In addition, the company has also registered 11 additional model numbers pertaining to its 2018 iPhone lineup running iOS 12

Another Report Claims LG Display Will Supply Apple 3-5 Million OLED Panels for 2018 iPhones

Another Report Claims LG Display Will Supply Apple 3-5 Million OLED Panels for 2018 iPhones

Following a Bloomberg report of LG supplying OLED panels to Apple for the 2018 iPhone X Plus, a Korea Times report is corroborating the same. The report claims that Apple may soon start using LG Display as a “secondary supplier” of OLED panels for 2018 iPhones.

Intel Halts 5G Modem Development After Losing Orders for 2020 iPhones

Intel Halts 5G Modem Development After Losing Orders for 2020 iPhones

Despite winning the majority of orders for Apple’s 2018 iPhone lineup, the Cupertino company has informed Intel that it will not be using its 5G modem in its 2020 iPhone lineup. The report from CTech by Calcalist claims to have seen internal communications between the two companies and cites people familiar with the matter.

Rumor: 6.1-inch LCD iPhone Launch Delayed Until November Due to Display Yield Issues

Rumor: 6.1-inch LCD iPhone Launch Delayed Until November Due to Display Yield Issues

The season of sketchy iPhone rumors is running at full swing ahead of WWDC 2018. While Apple will not be unveiling any new iPhone at its developer conference, there has been an increase in the number of baseless leaks surrounding the company’s 2018 iPhone lineup. Today’s leak comes from a Korean report which claims the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone is running behind schedule and won’t launch until November.