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Apple’s iPhone for 2017 may use curved glass

iPhone 8 could have a fashionable curved glass like the Galaxy Edge Samsung is well-known with its trendy curved glass displays used for phones like the Galaxy 7 Edge and Note 7. These double-curved front panels look shiny, but provides nothing much except aesthetically pleasing look and premium feel. Apple is almost ready to release the iPhone 7 line-up this fall, and we already know that these smartphones will look very close to the current iPhone 6. But next year is the 10th anniversary of iPhone and Apple may be preparing something more exciting in both hardware and software department,[…]

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Samsung lost all A11 chip orders for the iPhone 8

TSMC will be the sole supplier of chips for the 2017 iPhone Samsung, Apple’s biggest rival, has been also a major supplier of iPhone processors for years, but now it seems that the situation is about to change. While Apple split the orders of the A9 processors for iPhone 6s between Samsung and TSMC, Cupertino may have only one supplier for the upcoming iPhone 7. Reliable sources have informed that the Taiwanese company TSMC will remain the sole supplier of chips for the iPhone 8. A report at Digitimes in Korea reveals that TSMC will manufacture all processors for the 2017[…]

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OLED Display manufactures reportedly ramp up production capacity ahead of iPhone 8

Apple to finally adopt the OLED display technology in 2017 Samsung, LG and Japan Display have reportedly invested billions of U.S dollars to increase their OLED production capacity in a preparation for iPhone 8 in 2017. A report from Japan reveals that Samsung Display will invest almost $7 billion in 2016 alone to expand its OLED capacity by 50%. Other major players will also invest significant amounts of money ahead of the iPhone 8 that is expected to include an OLED display. LG Display will invest a half billion to ramp up OLED panel production for products like TVs and smartphones.[…]

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