WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference), the annual event of Apple is just a few days away. It is expected that in this event, which is scheduled from June 4 to June 8, the company will introduce the next iteration of iOS12. But prior to this big event, reports suggest that the company has plans to change the displays of its upcoming iPhone models. The company has decided to go with all OLED displays and ditch the LCD displays completely for all its models for 2019.
It is expected that three new iPhones will be launched in this year with one being the direct successor to its iPhone X, which will have a 5.8-inch OLED screen. Another phone with 6.5-inch OLED screen will be launched by the name iPhone X Plus. The third and last model for the year will be designed for budget-conscious shoppers and will come with a 6.1-inch LCD display.
This will perhaps be the last of the LCD display and from next year onwards the company will exclusively go for OLED screens. Though Samsung has been giving OLED screens in its models from past some time, Apple introduced it for the first time in its iPhone X. Now that it has decided to go completely for OLED, they have to sort some logistics prior to that.
The major challenge that the company might face is that they might not be able to procure enough OLED screens for all its models. This was precisely the reason why it was continuing with LCD screens so far. In 2017, Apple sold 216 million iPhones and the number is only going northwards. The only supplier of OLED right now is Samsung. Will Samsung be able to cope up with the massive demand of these screens from Apple or not is still to be seen.