Another source familiar with the situation said Casetek has been experimenting with new casings for the LCD-equipped iPhone.
According to a source with knowledge of Apple's product designs, the LCD iPhone will feature a 6.1-inch bezel-less screen and a metal back. The company is also expected to release two OLED models.
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A different source disclosed that Casetek is already trying out new casings for the LCD model in hopes that it would be chosen to supply the back case for the 6.1-inch iPhone.
Nikkie also told that new iPhone will be assembled by a new manufacturer. Today's report says, however, that next year's 6.1-inch iPhone will "likely sport a metal back that will come in several colors".
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Apple is also rumored to be launching two other iPhone moels next year. One model is believed to feature a 5.8-inch display, while the other model is expected to be a larger variant with a 6.2 or 6.3-inch screen.
Apple may have reservations about using OLED exclusively, as it relies entirely on Samsung for the panels, said Eric Chiou, an analyst at Taipei-based research company WitsView. A new report from Nikkei this evening offers more color on that device, saying it will feature a metal back similar to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus...
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Last month, Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities indicated that Apple would unveil a new 6.1-inch iPhone next year with the iPhone X design, but a traditional LCD display instead of OLED. The only difference is Kuo's prediction that the largest model for 2018 would come with a 6.5-inch OLED display, and it could be given the moniker of "iPhone X Plus". The final size is yet to be agreed but its will be either 6.2 or 6.3 inches.