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iPhone 8 to Feature 5.8-Inch OLED Display With 5.15-Inch Main Screen and Virtual Buttons Below

The up and coming 2017 iPhone will highlight a 5.8-inch show with 5.15 crawls of usable screen space as indicated by new forecasts shared by KGI Securities expert Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo trusts the iPhone 8 will utilize a 5.8-inch OLED show board, however that some space will be saved for virtual catches. 

As has been supposed, the show is said to take up the whole front board of the iPhone, successfully killing bezels, which implies Apple will take out both the present Home catch and the present Touch ID unique mark acknowledgment innovation utilized as a part of iPhones. 

Estimate astute, Kuo says the OLED iPhone will have estimations like the 4.7-inch iPhone, considering one-gave operation. Such a size is conceivable with a 5.8-inch board in light of the fact that there will be no additional space outside of the show, as can be found in the mockup underneath. It will include a show comparative in size to the 5.5-inch iPhone, however in a 4.7-inch bundle.


Alongside the 5.8-inch OLED iPhone, Kuo continues to believe Apple will also offer standard 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch LCD iPhones, but it is not yet clear what features those devices will adopt. In previous research notes, Kuo has said they will include glass bodies and wireless charging, but he has not gone into detail on other potential features. He does, however, say that the OLED iPhone will be "the only bright spot" in the 2017 iPhone lineup, suggesting only minor improvements for the other two rumored devices. 

Because the OLED iPhone will eliminate the Home button, it is expected to adopt "other biometric technologies," which other rumors suggest could include things like iris or facial recognition. 

Battery life may also be another major change in the OLED iPhone, with Apple expected to introduce a stacked logic board design to support bigger batteries and longer battery life. In today's report, Kuo says the iPhone 8, though similar in size to the 4.7-inch iPhone 7, will feature a battery capacity similar to the larger 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus. 

With the radical design changes, battery improvements, and the new biometric features, Kuo expects the OLED iPhone to cost in excess of $1,000, a pricing rumor that was also shared by Fast Company last week. Kuo does not expect the high price point to significantly impact sales due the "innovative user experience" offered by the device. 

He believes Apple will ship 100 million iPhones during the second half of 2017, with 60 percent of those to consist of the higher-end OLED iPhone.