Apple will Launch Three OLED iPhone Models in 2020 with New Screen Sizes Ranging from 5.42-inches to 6.67-inches

According to a report from DigiTimes, Apple will release three OLED iPhones next year with screen sizes that are both smaller and bigger than last year’s models.

The 2020 iPhone models will be available in 5.42-, 6.06-, and 6.67 inches. DigiTimes also reports that this years iPhone models will be the same as last year including 5.8- and 6.5-inch OLEDs on the iPhone XS and XS Max and the 6.1-inch LCD on the iPhone XR.

One of the 2020 iPhone models (5.42-inch) will also reportedly include touchscreen tech by LG or Samsung to make the display thinner than in the past years. This screen technology is also used on the Samsung Galaxy series, since the Galaxy S8 and it is called ‘Y-OCTA’.

The big size difference between the 2018 models and the 2020 models can also mean a radical redesign of the iPhone. The 6.67-inch model will be the biggest display ever in an iPhone, but the physical size of the iPhone (not the display) could still stay the same as the iPhone XS Max by making the bezels thinner.

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