5.8-inch OLED iPhone design could be 10 percent cheaper to produce than iPhone X
By Malcolm Owen
Wednesday, March 21, 2018, 05:06 am PT (08:06 am ET)
Apple’s follow-up to the iPhone X will cost less to produce than the present model, a report claims, with the next-generation smart device believed to have a manufacturing bill of products more than 10 percent lower, in spite of expectations that it will have upgraded specs.
Expert Luke Lin of Digitimes Research 3 iPhone gadgets shipping this fall, with a 5.85-inch OLED gadget signed up with by a 6.45-inch design and a 6.1-inch LCD version. It is recommended that the cost savings might make the design with the smaller sized OLED panel the most affordable of the three at retail.
It is alleged some “current engineering samples” for the model in concern have “adopted components with lower-level specifications or lower capabilities” than the 6.1-inch LCD variant, including lowered memory, assisting Lin’s claim it will be the value proposition of the trio.
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