Apple was supposed to launch four new iPhones this year in September out of which the iPhone SE2 is reported to be almost cancelled. Out of the remaining three iPhones, it is said that two will be having OLED displays while the other one will come with an LCD panel. Now, a render of the iPhone having the LCD display has surfaced online.
The render procured by BGR is sourced from the case maker Ghostek. The render reveals the full design of the upcoming LCD iPhone and is claimed to be as per the detailed files obtained from the factory that manufactures iPhones. Take a look at the render:
Earlier we have seen a video detailing three dummy models of the alleged new iPhones and the design of this leaked render goes on par with the suspected dummy model of the LCD iPhone in past. Out of all three, this LCD iPhone will be the most affordable one with fewer features than the other two.
The render based on Apple’s proposition indicates that the device will sport only a single camera at the back which is much likely to be a newer sensor with a larger lens compared to the iPhone 8 which can be seen clearly in the render. However, the other two OLED models are expected to carry an optically stabilised similar Dual Camera setup, similar to the one seen on the iPhone X.
The smartphone has a Notch on top carrying the legacy of the iPhone X which includes several sensors, indicating the presence of traditional IR based Face ID. As usual, there is no Touch ID or physical navigation keys, instead, the same gesture-based navigation system will be adopted from the previous iPhone X. Also, the bezels are quite more pronounced than the OLED versions due to the fact that there needs to be a display controller below the display. The OLED ones can be curved inside to minimize the bezels while its hard to do the same with an LCD panel.
Though the renders from Ghostek seem legitimate and almost accurate, we have to take it with a pinch of salt until we hear anything official from Apple. We will keep you updated with further information, Stay tuned.