The renowned Apple analyst has put out vague ranges in his latest research note. And we're only days out from a potential launch event.
Sources say that LG is set to provide a mix of LCD and OLED displays for 2019's iPhones. Why? People were turned off by the cost of the iPhone X.
Last year's iPhone X was clearly only the beginning of Apple's transition to OLED display technology, with two 2018 upgrades likely to be followed by three 2019 iPhones snubbing the LCD tradition.
Apple may have settled on a three-iPhone 2018 release strategy with a $700+ LCD model, a 5.8-inch iPhone X follow-up priced at $899, and an OLED 6.5-incher fetching $999.
There are almost certainly three 2018 iPhones in the pipeline, but the LCD model may not be the most affordable of the bunch after all. Instead, Apple could reduce the 5.8-inch OLED BOM.
It simply doesn't make business sense for Apple to prepare a 2018 iPhone lineup comprised of three OLED models, according to more and more reports.
Apple's 2018 iPhone trio looks set to include an eye-catching LCD model with "Full Active" technology from JDI for razor-thin bezels.