Apple will release three variants of its iPhone next year according to a report from the (usually reliable) analytics company KGI Securities.
One of the new iPhones will have a 5.5-inch OLED screen, the report (caught by 9to5Mac) says, while the other two will have LCD displays, just like the current iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
The dual camera will only be offered on the larger, 5.5-inch models, while the 4.7-inch iPhone will have a single camera.
The report doesn’t say much about current rumors of a radically new, bezel-less iPhone. However, KGI has reported on multiple occasions that Apple will likely switch the glass-and-metal iPhone frame with an all-glass design next year.
This is not the first time we’ve heard a rumor about Apple launching three iPhone models next year. In October, a report claimed the same thing, with a crucial difference: One of the new iPhones, it said, will have a 5-inch screen.
Rumors of Apple switching to an OLED screen for the iPhone are also not new. The company already produces a few gadgets with an OLED screen. (The Apple Watch is one, and the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro is also an OLED screen.) Some of Apple’s competitors, including Samsung, have switched to OLED screens on their flagship phones.