Oct 22, 2018 | Updated: 04:34 PM EDT

Apple To Release iPhone 9 With 5.28-Inch And 6.46-Inch Display Variants In 2018

May 24, 2017 05:03 PM EDT

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Apple once more is in the midst of speculations again regarding its iPhone product line. As the iPhone 8 is getting steam heading to anticipated release, rumors are spreading that the Cupertino-based company is already lining up the iPhone 9 smartphone for next year. Reports are saying that the upcoming handset will have a 5.28-inch and 6.46-inch display variant to offer.

Apple is a multinational technology company that is well-known for designing, developing and selling high-end consumer electronic products and computer software. Aside from that, the company expands its business by also offering online services to its loyal consumers. Its most notable product arguably is the iPhone smartphone series which allegedly will be introducing the iPhone 9 next year.

As the iPhone 8 allegedly will be available between September or October this year, Apple appears already looking ahead for next year. The giant tech company is purportedly focusing on the next iPhone series, the iPhone 9, and said to be already preparing for its production.

According to Mac Rumors, as the much awaited launched of iPhone 8 is coming in four to five months from now, a report about the next year iPhone 9 is already beginning to leak out on the online news nowadays. Information that spilled out is saying that Apple is planning to release the iPhone 8 successor in two variants: 5.28-inch and 6.46 display using an OLED screen.

Speculations are now spreading that the alleged iPhone 9 would feature a slightly smaller screen than the present screen of the iPhone Plus models. Though there is no confirmation about it, this gives the idea that Apple will be returning to screen dimension of the present generation of iPhones but will be using full-front displays and reduced bezels.

On a separate report by 9to5Mac, report about the iPhone 9 existence also disclosed the agreement between Apple and Samsung supply chain deal. Samsung will be the supplier of the OLED displays for the 2018 iPhone and will be shipping 'more than double' at 180 million units by 2018.

Both Apple and Samsung have signed a non-disclosure agreement on general condition which includes the secrecy of 'screen sizes'. Though the iPhone 9 is currently skeptical, reports still insist that deal between both companies already prove that the iPhone 8 successor is coming next year.

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