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Blame it on Apple's need to compromise on price and its unwillingness to compromise on that notch design. Or blame it on something else.
iPhone OLED screen production should be a Samsung-only thing this year, but down the line, Apple obviously wants to radically change that.
You may need to be extremely nice and lucky this year to get an iPhone 8 from Santa, and the 7s and 7s Plus could also be in short supply at launch.
Apple is reportedly taking OLED screen technology way more seriously than you thought, planning to abandon LCDs altogether in 2018 iPhones.
Would Apple ever throw in a costly pair of wireless AirPods for iPhone 8 buyers? Highly unlikely. But perhaps it's not so crazy to expect a bit of bezel.
You can still probably expect Apple's OLED iPhone 8 to break cover alongside LCD 7s and 7s Plus models in September, but a wide-scale rollout may take time.
There's probably going to be only one OLED iPhone model unveiled this fall, alongside two LCD variants. But there's still a lot we can't know for sure.
Could the game-changing iPhone 8, aka X, aka Edition or Pro, launch in October or even November? Will Apple suffer if it does?
Apple and Samsung shook on an agreement to move 160 million OLED displays from Seoul to Cupertino. The dry ink now beckons.
It's no longer a big secret that Samsung will single-handedly supply OLED screens for Apple's premium iPhone 8, with subtle curves likely in tow.
In addition to no screen bezels or home button, the redesigned face of the groundbreaking iPhone 8 should bring a 3D-capable selfie cam to the table.
While it's unclear if we're talking inductive or long-distance wireless charging capabilities, this year's iPhone 8, 7s and 7s Plus should all move forward.
The AMOLED craze is strong with Samsung and other OEMs. It's said to be strong for Apple, too. But can Japan Display lure Apple back to LCD?
According to one longtime analyst, Apple is also looking into facial recognition, a new 3D Touch experience and more displays from Sharp.
Three iPhone 8 models are projected for 2017. It was only one model that was supposed to get all these features. But all three may end up having them.
Before putting your trust in early iPhone 8 speculation, you may want to keep in mind there are over 10 different prototypes in tests right now.
Billions and billions of dollars have been invested into AMOLED foundries this year by the two Korean companies as they chase after Apple's business.
Does OPPO go ahead with a major phone launch if it doesn't have an AMOLED screen. Should it source from a company other Samsung? Big questions lie ahead.
That's the estimate one outlet has given as rumors of the iPhone's transition of screen technology to OLED pile on and on.
There's the upgrade year and then the "S" year. Apple's been on a roll with this two-year development cycle for the iPhone. Could it slow that roll?
Applied Materials makes many machines, including ones that help other manufacturers make OLED displays. Many of those factories will serve Apple next year.