Apple’s new iPhone SE is what fans of smaller smartphones and those with tight budgets have been waiting for. But it won’t be popular enough to offset the fall in shipments of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, according to a new report.
Apple May Launch 5.8-Inch AMOLED iPhone with iPhone 4-like Design Featuring Curved Glass Casing and Screen in 2017
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has a good track record when it comes to Apple related product rumors, expects Apple to launch a redesigned iPhone in 2017, which will adopt a structural design similar to the iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S.
Citing production volumes, a report from ET News claims that Samsung is all set to supply Apple with the majority of OLED panels for the iPhone due to be unveiled in 2017. Samsung is estimated to supply Apple will around 50 percent of the total OLED panels, with around 70-80% panels being supplied by the company for the first few iPhones.
Claims that Apple will ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack for iPhone 7 have been backed up by a picture that purportedly provides us with an early glimpse at Apple’s new Lightning-compatible EarPods.
Rumors about Apple offering the iPhone 7 Plus in a 256GB storage option have made the rounds of the internet a few times. In recent times, two major developments in the NAND industry does seem to indicate that rumors of Apple planning on offering a 256GB storage variant for the iPhone 7 Plus are likely true.
Some alleged renders of the iPhone 7 chassis have been leaked by one of the sources of Nowhereelse.fr. As rumors have pointed out so far, the iPhone 7 will sport a design similar to the current generation iPhones, minus the antenna lines and with some minor ergonomic tweaks here and there.