According to the report from Koreaherald, Apple’s
next generation OLED iPhone 8 display will be curved rather than a
flat panel as current iPhone 7 and 7 Plus featuring feature new
touch-sensitive technology. 

Along with that a source familiar with
the matter told The Korea Herald “The OLED version of the new iPhone will
all be curved as Apple ordered all plastic OLED — not glass — from Samsung
Display. Samsung is capable of supplying a little less than 100 million units
of curved OLED displays to Apple,.”
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Plastic OLED has been used for curved
panels for devices like the Galaxy S7 Edge, while glass OLED is typically used
for flat panels.

The next generation iPhone won’t be foldable, but it could feature new
sensing technology which “enables the phone to respond when users touch
any side of the device” but Apple may or might not adopt this touch
sensitive technology on iPhone 8.


As far as expected we’ve been hearing reports from various sources as the 10th
anniversary iPhone 8 will be a major update to feature glass casing in order to support
wireless charging, OLED display, 3D camera, bezel less and more.