Even if Apple’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus releases are still new, Business Korea has put on center stage Apple’s 2018 iPhone device.
The source that tipped off Business Korea claims that Apple wishes to include OLED screens in its future devices. A move that the company believes will boost up color saturation, brightness and more. And because such a screen is flexible, the upcoming iPhone device might be curved.
Business Korea states that “It is very likely that the first flexible iPhone may be introduced in 2018, as Apple’s top-tier display suppliers are working on it.” So, apparently the upcoming iPhone might sport a completely different shape.
Believe it or not, Business Korea is on to something since this source has reveled precise information on previous occasions regarding future Apple releases. But given the fact that 2018 is a long way ahead of us, a lot can happen by then.
But, for now let’s keep things real and stick with the present day. Apple has been pretty busy shipping all of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus pre-order units. Apple Insider keeps us posted with the following post “Ahead of an official iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus launch on Sept. 25, Apple and partner wireless carriers began informing preorder customers on Saturday that their devices are now in transit, scheduled to arrive on Friday.”
People who decided to pre-order a new iPhone got their device before the big launch day. But not to worry, if you didn’t place your pre-order you can still get your iPhone from an Apple Store shop, however arm yourself with patience because the lines might be endless.
The reviews for these two new iPhone devices will surface in no time, however fans do have a letdown and this is the fact that the update did not roll out with a higher resolution screen. The iPhone 6s (4.7-inch) will have a 1334×750 pixel resolution display while the iPhone 6s Plus (5.5-inch) will have a 1920×1080 pixel resolution screen. Which one is your top choice?