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Further, considering that an updated new iPad range, including a bezel-free iPad Pro 2018, has reportedly been in development, we feel that Apple could easily relaunch its current iPad as a new, more affordable model with Apple Pencil support, aimed at teachers and students.

Considering how important having leading display technology is to Apple, I think the odds are good that the company equips its next-generation iPhone X and iPhone X Plus smartphones with significantly enhanced displays.

Some reports at the time indicate trial production of finished iPhone X units did not start until late August, a process that normally concludes in July. According to new information, the 5.8-inch variant of the 2018 iPhone will be cheaper to manufacture, despite the OLED display.

Apple plans to expand its use of OLED screens until MicroLED is ready for market, going from one iPhone model to two and adding LG as a second supplier alongside Samsung. Just recently, many outlets have confirmed that Apple has dropped the price for the older generation of iPads, which goes perfectly with the tech giant's endeavor to make its tablet series more accessible to consumers.

While it takes after the iPhone X, Lin believes the 5.85” OLED model will be Apples cheapest offering with a 6.1” LCD iPhone sitting in the middle. The analyst claims that the manufacturing bill of materials will be more than ten percent lower this time.

The iPhone X Plus and iPhone X successor will both feature an OLED panel, with the larger model sporting a massive 6.5-inch screen. Several reports have said that iPhone X sales are sluggish and demand not as strong as it could be due in large part to a hefty price tag. "However, the project was shut mid-February and maybe eventually terminated".

One of the issues with the current iPhone X display - a flaw that's inherent to the iPhone X's display type - is that when the screen is viewed off-axis, there is a dramatic color shift.

Ray Soneira, who runs screen tester DisplayMate Technologies, says bringing the design in-house is a "golden opportunity" for Apple.

The purported iPhone SE 2 features an aluminum chassis instead of the stainless steel frame used on the iPhone X. The back also features a vertically aligned dual-camera setup that seems to be inspired by the iPhone X. It is unlikely that the technology will reach an iPhone for at least three to five years as MicroLED screens are more hard to produce than the current displays, Bloomberg said.