Three iPhones would be brought to light again this year: a model with a 6.1-inch LCD screen, a model with a 5.8-inch OLED screen and a 6.5-inch OLED model. According to TrendForce, the 2018 iPhone OLEDs would support Apple Pencil.
Apple Pencil is Apple’s electronic pen that can be used on iPad Pro to draw, take notes, write notes, and more. The source believes that the OLED models will support Apple’s pencil. While this may be of limited use for drawing on a screen much smaller than an iPad, the site says it could work well, especially on the 6.5-inch Plus model with an OLED screen.
In addition, TrendForce expects the two OLED models to offer three storage options instead of two existing on the latest iPhone; 64 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB. The LCD version would still offer the two current storage capacities, namely 64 GB and 256 GB. In terms of RAM, the two OLED versions would be supported by 4 GB of RAM, where the LCD model would have 3 GB of RAM.
And the prices in history? TrendForce indicates that the price for the LCD model could start at $ 699, but gives an estimate of 699 at 749 dollars. Always according to TrendForce, the starting price of OLED models would be between 899 and 949 dollars; a price that Apple believes it can offer without impacting its profit margins thanks to the lower price of components.