Apple’s iPhone 5s and iPhone 6s will get an update to iOS 10 today, but many of the same features as last year’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 7 will remain the same.
The biggest difference between this year’s new iPhones and those from last year is that they’re all 5.5-inch OLED displays.
That means Apple is introducing an OLED panel in the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus that’s twice as tall as the iPhone 7 Plus.
Apple claims that the new OLED panel is better at producing a wider viewing angle and more pixels per inch.
It’s also the first time Apple has gone with an OLED display on a smartphone, and it’s the first iPhone that’s made using a flexible OLED panel.
While most of the display tech for OLEDs is already available on the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S, OLED displays have been available on smartphones since at least 2014.
It seems like Apple may have a new OLED screen to add to its lineup this year, but for now we’re stuck with Apple’s previous flagship phones: the iPhone X and iPhone XS.
Apple’s OLED displays are a major step forward from what we’ve seen on other phones in recent years.
In fact, it’s more like a new iPhone than anything else Apple has released.
But that’s not all.
Apple has a number of other OLED displays in the works, too, and they’ll all feature a bigger screen than the iPhone.
The company is also reportedly working on a new type of OLED display that will have a larger screen size, a better color gamut, and better image quality.
Apple is also introducing a number more premium features into the iPhone lineup, like a fingerprint scanner that’s smaller, faster, and cheaper than the one we’ve already seen on the iPhones 7 and iPhone 8.
But it looks like these features won’t be part of the update to the iPhone in the fall.
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