No sooner had Apple’s first OLED featured iPhone X come to the market, the company is now planning to launch two more OLED featured iPhones for the next year, according to the KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s report. The report also indicates that though the current iPhone X has a steel frame around the phone’s edges with antenna bands, dividing it in four, next year, Apple’s OLED iPhones might be assembled with stainless steel frames in order to improve data transmission quality.
KGI is expecting that as Apple has introduced a new feature called Face ID to unlock its iPhone X, in the next generation of iPhones Apple may no longer use the touch ID to unlock its phones, rather, users will be employing only the Face ID. Additionally, apart from the iPhone X, the Face ID is also coming to Apple’s iPad Pros which are said to be released in spring next year.
It is not clear yet as to which version of Apple’s two new OLED iPhones would appear first. We are guessing in true Apple fashion that these iPhones will appear with the regular version of iPhone with the Plus.