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as mentioned in This is perfectly illustrated in a diagram from JP Morgan’s Rod Hall:This will allow Apple to keep up with the top Android phone makers, like Samsung.
Basically, the next iPhone won’t be much larger, but it could have a bigger screen.
One reason why Apple would do that is so it can pack a bigger screen in a smaller device.
It looks like this:More insights from JP Morgan’s Rod Hall on Apple’s upcoming “super cycle” are available in this article.
The Galaxy S8 released earlier this week has a bigger screen than Apple’s phones, but in a smaller body.
as mentioned in iPad 9.7 (2017) Vs iPad Pro Vs iPad Air 2 Vs iPad Mini 4: What’s The Difference?
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Furthermore, given that the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus (incremental updates to the iPhone and iPhone 7 Plus) will continue to use LCD while the redesigned iPhone 8 (or possibly just ‘iPhone’) will switch to OLED, this suggests Apple isn’t just trying to catch up to established OLED rivals like Samsung but surpass them.
Image credit: Tech Driven Times Barclays says a “full spectral sensing” ambient light sensor will be added across the iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and iPhone 8 to bring Apple’s “True Color” iPad Pro technology to smartphones for the first time.
As this follows on from other cost increases and multiple reports that the iPhone 8 will start from over $1,000 it looks like 2017 will also be the year of major iPhone price hikes.
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Apple dropping Imagination is a warning to iPhone suppliers everywhere
That natural, buttery-smooth response to touch, fast gaming animations that don’t kill the battery, low-lag AR apps — all that’s Imagination.
Apple may simply believe it can save money in the long term by doing its own graphics tech.
That’s what Imagination sounds like in its press release, which revealed Apple just dumped the company like a boyfriend who’d sent one too many texts.
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And Imagination has some legit grievances: Apple has apparently hired away a couple of their people prior to today’s breakup and has been developing its own in-house graphics tech.