The forthcoming iPhone 8 will feature an OLED screen, but the display technology will not be included in its iPhone 7s and 7s Plus stablemates, it has been claimed.
The iPhone 7s and 7s Plus, both of which are expected later this year, are rumoured to be incremental updates to Apple's current-generation flagship phones.
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The iPhone 8, tipped for release in September, is thought to be a major upgrade, with a wholly new design and a raft of new features.
According to a supply-chain report, Apple will take a steady approach to utilising OLED, with 40% of the iPhones it sells this year featuring the technology. That equals around 60 million iPhone 8 units.
It’s thought this will ramp up to 80% in 2018, before hitting 100% in 2019.
It was rumoured last week that Apple had already ordered millions of curved OLED screens from Samsung to be used in the iPhone 8.