2020 iPhones to come with 5.42-inch, 6.06-inch and 6.67-inch OLED screens
A report from industry insiders says Apple will be unveiling three iPhones in 2020 with new screen sizes and all using OLED panels.
The screens will range from 5.42-inch through a 6.06-inch and all the way up to a 6.67-inch Max model.
The smallest will likely replace the current 4.7-inch iPhone 8, the 6.06-inch model will replace the 5.8-inch iPhone XS and the 6.67-inch will take the place of the 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max. If this report is true, then it’s entirely possible that the new iPhone’s won’t exceed the current ones in terms of size as the screen size increase will be at the expense of bezels.
There’s a report that differs concerning Apple’s planned move to OLED. Initial sources claimed an all-OLED lineup as early as 2019 but it’s more possible that Apple will be ready for the move in 2020.
This means that this year we’ll likely get an LCD iPhone XR successor and two OLED iPhones with a third ultra-wide camera.
One interesting though – 2018 is the iPhone’s incremental “S” year and 2019 is expected to bring the new iPhone 11, which would mean that Apple will bring a complete redesign of its iPhone lineup in 2020, which would normally be an “S” year. The did once skip the S refresh though, when it moved from the iPhone 7 to the iPhone 8 and iPhone X so it’s not going to be unprecedented if it does it again.