The new iPhone X from Apple could come with a larger 6.1-inch OLED display which has been leaked in a new photo.
According to Twitter’s Mr White, this is the new larger iPhone X as snapped inside what appears to be the production line, suggesting it’s close to being ready.
The Chinese account’s other pictures also appear to be taken from a position within the manufacturing line.
The photo itself doesn’t give much away and we only know it’s a claimed 6.1-inch OLED screen based on the words in the tweet.
Rumours so far have suggested Apple would release three new iPhone X models with a refreshed 5.8-inch OLED, a larger 6.5-inch OLED and a 6.1-inch LCD unit, which makes it a more affordable option.
Apple is also expected to launch a new iPhone SE 2 that keeps a smaller form factor but squeezes in an edge-to-edge iPhone X style screen yet keeps a more affordable price.
This new leak suggests Apple may not release an LCD iPhone X in a 6.1-inch format. Perhaps the rumoured 6.5-inch iPhone X will be the one with that LCD display making it, potentially, not only the largest but also the most affordable of the new line.
Of course there is a chance that this new tweet simply meant to say LCD rather than OLED. Although without any sign of an edit this seems unlikely.
Another exciting leaked new feature for the new iPhone X models is a stronger display. Although we may have to wait longer for this.
According to reliable Apple insider, KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi-Kuo, the next iPhone X successor will have a totally new type of stronger display.
The new screen will feature a more reinforced glass setup that should mean cracking and shattering is far less likely in the future.
Kuo described the Cover Glass Sensor technology that Apple is expected to use on the new iPhone.
This moves the touch screen sensors from the display panel to the surface of the glass itself.
The result is not only a stronger screen which is more shock resistant but also a lighter one.
Unfortunately, Kuo claims this won’t appear until the 2019 iPhone is released by Apple.
Source : EXPRESS