Dec 19, 2016 07:20 AM EST

Apple iPhone 7s, 7s Plus And iPhone 8 Latest News And Update: New Editions To Feature AMOLED Display?

Apple is reported to be releasing three key iPhones by next year. These are the iPhone 7s, the iPhone 7s Plus and the most awaited of them all is the iPhone 8 which is said to a premium phone for Apple users.

Having said that, it should be quite compelling if the reports that the new editions of Apple iPhones will have something new added from its predecessor's features. Fans expect to see a more better upgrade in the new edition of iPhones reported to be released next year.

Acccording to Gamenguide, the iPhone 7s edition will come with a new set of features, one of which is the reported iPhone 7s will have a display bezels thinner than 1mm. On the other hand, the iPhone 8 is said to be changing its display from the old TFT-LCD to an AMOLED type of display.

The main reason for Apple to change its LCD display from TFT-LCD to an AMOLED type of display is because of the availability and supply of the item. This means it will be more than enough for iPhones new editions next year. According to DigiTimes, offering a thinner and bezel less display is acceptable since the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will not be one of Apple's big shifts for their flagship device.

If indeed Apple's iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus come out with a bezel free display then it could be one of the best features and moves Apple has applied so far. While there is no problem with the traditional TFT-LCD display of iPhone as of the moment, an uprgrade is much needed inorder to compete and keep track of the Apple's future.

For Apple to release all three devices at one time in a year might be quite impossible though it could happen. If the iPhone 8 does come out next year, there is no doubt that it will conceal the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus edition. Its transitions will go to lesser revenue or a decrease in value of the products. For more details of the latest news and updates feel free to visit Jobs & Hire.

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