Published: Sun, April 29, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Wayne Curry

Apple pinned to release new cheaper iPhone in June

Apple pinned to release new cheaper iPhone in June

Furthermore, users are reporting that the 3D Touch functionality is not working properly with the now available iPhone 8.

The other two iPhone models are expected to release in 2018 -the 5.8-inch OLED iPhone and the 6.5-inch OLED smartphone which might be realised as an iPhone X Plus will still continue with the 3D Touch functionality. An analyst believes that Apple will ditch the 3D touch feature for the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, so that the company can use a stronger display glass in making it.

The new thing used would be called "Cover Glass Sensor" or CGS which would relocate the iPhones touch module to surface glass from the display panel.

In order to incorporate CGS technology into the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, Apple will have to add a thin-film sensor to the touch film sensor.

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However in order to mitigate the cost apple would certainly remove the 3D touch functionality prevalent n the 6.1 inch iPhone and it would be quite a move increasing the speculations given that 3D touch which is now used is well integrated throughout the operating system. However, recently some new details have been reported about the upcoming 6.1-inch iPhone, which shows that it apparently might lack the 3D Touch.

With this new addition, Apple's upcoming iPhone will definitely see a 15 percent increase in the cost of the touch panel. This updated display will supposedly raise the total cost of screen construction to between $23 and $26. This feature was first introduced in iPhone 6s but it will be gone on at least one 2018 iPhone model.

Apple spent five years developing 3D Touch on its newer iPhone models.

The report also states that all iPhones, including the two OLED models will adopt the CGS process in 2019, which makes sense if Apple wants to make their display glass more reliable and less prone to cracking on impact.

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