Apple's Next iPhone Called 'Ferrari' Might Pack Borderless OLED Display, Suggests Leak

Apple's next launch might be named as Ferrari, and will come with borderless OLED display.

By Sneha

    Apple usually introduces two iPhones every year: one being the regular one and the other is the Plus model. Considering that, 2017 can be a different year for Apple as the company might go out of the league and launch three new smartphones. The decision is assumed to be based on the company's initiative to cope up with the business loss after Apple's annual sale dropped for the first ever time after 2011.

    Apple's Next iPhone Called 'Ferrari' Might Pack Borderless OLED Screen

    According to media reports, the three new smartphones might come with designated names - D20, D21, and D22. Out of the three, the first two are likely to be named iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, whereas the third one is expected to be launched with an internal codename called Ferrari.

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    The smartphone with the new codename is rumored to be a high-end version stuffed with exotic technology model and is expected to come packed with a glass sandwich design, a borderless OLED display, invisible home button, wireless charging option and more, all under internal codename "Ferrari".

    Rumors claim that Ferrari will sport a large AMOLED panel allowing the users to have an edge-to-edge experience. It will also come with a substantial internal redesign, which will possibly divide the logic board into two discrete units connected by a flex cable, reports suggest.

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    The leak suggests that Apple might consider relocating the SIM card tray towards the bottom of the handset to make room for internal components akin to the current iPad Pro layouts.

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