And rumours suggest Apple might take up a page.
The iPhone 8 might come with , curved screens that are bigger, based on a Barclays Research note.
Mentioning Asian supply chain tests, Barclays Research analysts, consider Apple will change from your present 4.7-inch iPhone 7 and 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus to bigger 5- and 5.8-inch screens for the iPhone 8.
The displays will apparently go border-to-border with almost no bezels — maybe like Xiaomi’s Mi Mix. The analysts also consider just the bigger iPhone 8 will sport an OLED display.
Apple reproducing Samsung looks improbable, but it’s worth noting the firm was given a patent for curved displays which are not dissimilar to Samsung’s Galaxy Edge telephones.
It’d function as first display size increase since the iPhone 6, that was released in 2014 in case it ends up being accurate.
Naturally, the rumours likely to come true are a fresh variant of iOS, a faster chip and better cameras.
The rumours are that — rumours that were — and we’ve got a ways to go next year 10th anniversary.