These two features are the biggest changes coming to the OLED iPhones this year
Bloomberg has released its latest report on the 2018 iPhone lineup which provided new insights while reiterating previous rumours.
Sources told Bloomberg that the main changes coming to the two OLED iPhone models are processing speed and the camera. However, they did not provide further details.
The sources also reiterated earlier rumors about the 2018 iPhone lineup which include a 6.5-inch high-end OLED model with the ability to view content side by side in certain apps, a cheaper, 6.1-inch LCD model replacing the iPhone 8 and comes in multiple colours, gesture-based navigation, Face ID and dual-SIM support for the OLED models in some markets.
Apple is also expected to announce new AirPods, the wireless charging pad AirPower, a new Apple Watch and new iPad Pro tablets. The iPad Pro will sport 11 and 12.9-inch displays. The 7.9-inch iPad mini will not be refreshed.