Next year, the division of the iPhone X into younger and older models can wait for us, reports Ming-Chi Kuo, a leading analyst at consulting firm KGI Securities. Smartphones will retain a single appearance and hardware stuffing, but they will differ in display diagonal and resolution. / P
Next year, we can expect the iPhone X to be divided into younger and older models, according to KGI, a leading analyst of consulting firm Securities. Smartphones retain a single appearance and hardware stuffing, but will differ in display diagonal and resolution.
Along with the expansion of the range, predicts Kuo, Apple is also preparing for some changes in the design of flagship smartphones. According to the analyst, iPhone X 2018 model year will receive a lightweight stainless steel frame to improve the performance of wireless interfaces.
Some transformations, by the way, can affect the TrueDepth camera system, which is the basis of the Face ID interface. The next generation of smartphones is likely to receive a variant with fewer elements while maintaining the same level of security when recognizing faces.
Ming-Chi Kuo’s forecasts are among the most accurate in the industry. It was he who predicted the appearance in the Apple model line of a smartphone with a 5.8-inch OLED screen, support for wireless charging, and a unique user identification system, years ahead of competitors.