Apple’s future laptops and tablets could feature OLEDs to compensate Samsung

Apple could accelerate OLED plans to avoid Samsung iPhone penalties

Apple could accelerate OLED plans to avoid Samsung iPhone penalties

The 2019 iPhone lineup hasn't even been revealed yet but we might already know what next year's iPhones will look like too.

Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst who works with TF International Securities, has been known to make accurate predictions on Apple's future plans-and he's recently shared a few nuggets of what to expect for the iPhone lineup in 2020.

The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max are expected with a 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED displays respectively.

Assuming that bezel sizes and aspect ratios remain the same - a safe, but by no means certain assumption - this will result in the smaller "standard" 2020 iPhone getting closer to the more pocketable design of the popular iPhone SE. This time around the company will be bringing three new smartphones, which are expected to be called iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R.

As such, it appears that the change hasn't slowed down Apple's plans to have 5G iPhones ready by 2020.

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According to the leaks and rumours, the name of the upcoming devices from Apple will be iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R.

"Interestingly, 5G support will be available on the 6.7" and 5.4" models, with the 6.1" model only supporting LTE.

Apple iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will come with triple camera setups on the back.

Samsung invested in an A3 display facility that would cater only to Apple, a 6th-generation flexible OLED plant that can produce about 100 million OLED iPhone screens each year. But it's unclear what the minimum supply Apple agreed to buy might've been.

So we think this one should be taken with a grain of salt - at least insofar as it pertains to the iPhone SE; it's certainly possible that Apple may release a refreshed version of the iPhone 8 as a lower-cost option for emerging markets, and it wouldn't be the first time that the company had done so.

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