By Sarah JaffeJuly 14, 2018 7:24am PDTApple’s latest iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are a hit with users who have been waiting for some time to get their hands on them.
The company has already announced that its upcoming iPhone X will ship this holiday season and that it will come with a “huge” OLED display.
But what exactly is OLED and what can it do?
Read more:Apple will have its iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X at its first-ever Worldwide Developers Conference next week, and the company is also planning to announce more new devices.
But there’s one device that we might have missed out on that’s still coming to market: Apple’s next-generation iPhone 8, which is said to include a 6.3-inch OLED display that’s more than twice as large as the one currently on the iPhone 8.
In addition to its own new iPhone 8 flagship, the company’s also launching a new iPhone with a 5.7-inch display, according to Bloomberg News.
According to Bloomberg, the new device will be a dual-SIM variant of the iPhone X that will run iOS 10 and will have the “new and improved” Retina Display.
While it may be a little late for those of us who need to wait for the iPhone to ship to us this holiday, there’s a reason why Apple is already making announcements for the next iPhone and the iPhone lineup after that: The company is gearing up to make more new phones and iPhones.
It is rumored that Apple plans to start rolling out more iPhones and iPhones with the new display.
And we might be able to get our hands on some of them this week.
Apple has also announced a new lineup of iPhones and other Apple products, including a new MacBook Pro.
It has also unveiled a new Apple Watch, an iPad Pro, and a new AirPods.
If you’re in the market for an iPhone or iPad and don’t want to wait until Apple’s Worldwide Developers conference to get your hands on it, you can always check out our iPhone and iPad guides for more tips on buying a new smartphone, tablet, or computer.