Apple iPhone 7 Rumored To Feature OLED Display, No Home Button
While Apple just launched the iPhone 6s Plus in September, rumors have already started surfacing around the next iteration of Apple’s smartphone, allegedly called the iPhone 7. These are however just rumors and there is atleast a year till Apple announces the new device, which undoubtedly it will sometime in the 3rd quarter of 2016 if the previous trends of yearly announcements hold true.
According to some new info, Samsung and Apple will be partnering up once again for iPhone 7 which however isn’t really a big surprise. While the two companies maybe the strongest smartphone rivals of each other, Samsung has always been helping Apple when it comes to manufacturing parts for the iPhone devices like their recent development of the processor for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
Some Korean news sources are claiming that this time, Samsung will be providing Apple with OLED displays for iPhone 7, something which smartphone enthusiasts have been asking for quite a while now. However, it’s possible that with the new display, Apple will get rid of the home button on the device and instead opt for more screen space.
It’s about time though that Apple upgraded its screen and provided users with better resolution and pixel density. Even their recent product, the iPhone 6s Plus has a 1080p screen while its competitors such as Galaxy S6 and Nexus 6 feature a 1440p screen.
The new OLED screen and the removal of Home button will undoubtedly have a pretty big impact on the Touch ID recognition feature in the recent iPhone devices.