Apple Inc. OLED iPhone Production Delayed

Apple Inc. OLED iPhone Production Delayed

While there were previous reports indicating that volume production for new iPhone devices has commenced, yield rates at the two main ODMs, Foxconn Electronics, and Pegatron, have not yet reached levels that warrant mass production, reports Economic Daily News.

Reliable leaker Benjamin Geskin claimed that there will be four iPhone 8 colors, following a report last week by famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo that there will be fewer color options for the smartphone.

While both Nodus and Forbes seem very confident about these renders, we are still apprehensive and only time will tell if this is the final design of the iPhone 8.

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This week was not a good one for Apple fans, as there were more bad news than good news for the highly anticipated iPhone 8. Moreover, the OLED 5.8-inch iPhone (with bezel-less screen and all-new chassis design) may not be available until November. Analysts forecast that Apple will post $8.92 EPS for the current year. Of course, that's assuming that the CAD files he has are actually from the iPhone 8 and not some fan project. He also notes that despite some manufacturing and technical problems Apple had been having with the iPhone 8, fans of the iPhone can rest easy knowing that Apple is not falling back on a Plan B of sorts-it is sticking with its original design. (NASDAQ:AAPL) saw its shares gain in morning trade in NY, after Morgan Stanley raised its price target for the USA tech giant despite delays to the launch of its next generation iPhone 8.

As per the report, "Apple will indeed replace the horizontally aligned dual rear camera of the iPhone 7 Plus with a vertically aligned shooter on the iPhone 8".

According to the WSJ, the new phone is expected to feature an edge-to-edge OLED display like the Samsung Galaxy S8 that went on sale in April. However, there has been a huge debate over where Apple will place the fingerprint scanner or rather the iconic Touch ID. It will have a 5.8-inch display, but Apple will leave some space for the front facing camera, sensor, adds the new report. The vertical setup camera has probably been setup to support the feature of Augmented Reality, which has been talked about a lot recently. A lot of analysts are expecting AR to be the next big thing in mobile computing and if Apple can be there first major player to offer a widespread consumer offering then they could be swimming in even more money than they already have.

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