It’s too early to say this, but a very reliable source of Apple information has just stated that the iPhone 7S will come fitted with a curved AMOLED display. This will be accompanied by a glass body which will replace the aluminium materials that the company has been covering its handsets in for quite some time now.
The iPhone 7S as it’s likely to be called, will apparently opt for a 5.8-inch AMOLED display. This news comes from none other than KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who has been right on several occasions with predicting details about Apple products well before they are launched. His predictions about the new iPhone SE were spot on as well.
He believes that the 2017 Apple smartphone will adopt curved glass panels on its front as well as rear surfaces. Underneath the front glass, there will be a 5.8-inch AMOLED display instead of a TFT-LCD panel, thus facilitating better energy consumption and richer colors.
As for where this particular model of the iPhone 7S will sit is still unclear. Two possible outcomes include its arrival as a third counterpart to accompany the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models or as a replacement to the 5.5-inch variant. Kuo believes that if the supply of AMOLED panels is enough, the latter scenario is most likely to come true.
A big inclusion in the attributes of the iPhone 7S will be wireless charging. Moreover, it’s also being said to grab a fresh biometric recognition technology which could include either face or iris scanning.
There’s still a large amount of time to pass until we see the iPhone 7S in person; so let us at the moment focus more on the iPhone 7 model which is to be unveiled around the time of September this year.