Apple iPhone 8 Will Be Thinner Due to an AMOLED display
Apple has always been trying to make their devices slimmer and sleeker each year. The iPhone is no exception. With the upcoming Apple iPhone 8 it seems that the company is ditching the LCD display panels and moving on to AMOLED displays instead.
The screen is one of the largest parts of the iPhone and making a phone slimmer each year without affecting performance is no easy job.
Now that Apple is getting in touch with Samsung for the AMOLED displays making the Apple iPhone 8 even slimmer might be a bit easier.
We have already heard about other steps that Apple is taking to make the upcoming iPhones slimmer, like getting rid of the headphone jack. Shifting to the AMOLED display for the Apple iPhone 8 seems like the next step in the process for an even slimmer device.
Using the AMOLED displays in the upcoming Apple iPhone 8 has its perks, besides allowing for the device to be sleeker. AMOLED displays have better, crisp colors as compared to LCD displays.
They also have a higher refresh rate. Other smartphone manufacturers have been using this display for a while now. It is odd indeed that Apple has not moved on till now.
Apple products come at a premium and it is mind boggling to think that even at such a high price the consumer does not get the latest tech that is trending in the market. Apple seems to be lagging behind in its attempts of making the iPhone slimmer.
The thickness of your device is not everything and consumers like me do not mind the extra thickness if we get battery life. Something the Apple iPhone has never been good at.
Some would even go as far as to say that Apple does this on purpose so people buy the latest iPhone. We already know Apple has great builds for their products but what is Apple doing with the upcoming Apple iPhone 8 that we have not seen before? A huge question.