Samsung said to be developing display with four curved edges

Indeed, we've been seeing this in the last 12 months or so on the subject of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 7, both being rumoured prior to the iPhone 7 launch. The phone may be introduced in September when Apple usually announces new smartphones, but iPhone 8 supply will be significantly constrained at launch.

The three new iPhone models are said to run iOS 11 with a refreshed user interface.

It seems that iPhone lovers gonna have to wait even longer now for iPhone 8 as American multinational technology company Apple won't be releasing its latest flagship for a while now.

The premium OLED iPhone 8 has been rumored to also come with a premium price, some murmurs have suggested a price tag around $1000.

Electronics giant Samsung will this week offer an unusually early software update for its newly-released Galaxy S8 phone, it said Monday after some consumers complained of red-tinted screens. According to some reports, being compared to Samsung Galaxy S8 and its processor, Snapdragon 835, there is a really huge difference between the scoring as flagship only scored 2059 and 6461 on the Geekbench 4 test. According to the report, the main challenge in the project lies in the lamination process that Samsung uses for its displays.

However, due to the insecurity of facial recognition in its current state, many people still opt for one of the previous methods to secure their phone.

"There might be a one to two month delay in Samsung's production of OLED panels for Apple", said Brian Huh, an analyst at research company IHS Markit.

The rumours of Apple facing possible production delays with iPhone 8 has been circulating in the tech arena for a couple of weeks.

Apple is apparently testing an all-new iPhone design with an all-screen on the front panel, curved glass and a stainless unibody steel frame.

Another report saying the iPhone 8 won't ship until October or November is out, and like those we've already seen it blames OLED displays for at least part of the problem.

  • Arturo Norris