The Cupertino company will not yet completely abandon that technology on its smartphones.

 

As revealed yesterday by a report from Nikkei , Apple will continue to use screens with LCD technology on the iPhone .

Specifically, it will do so in a model that will be 6.1 inches in size and is expected to have a lower cost than the successor of the iPhone X , because by opting for liquid crystal display.

In addition, it has been revealed that it is likely that this mobile phone with LCD comes with a metal back cover similar to that carried by the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and can buy in several colors .

Likewise, it has been specified that the aforementioned metal housing will be produced by Casetek, a subsidiary of the Taiwanese manufacturer Pegatron, which currently handles the LCD screens worn by the iPad.

In that sense, it is speculated that it will be Casetek itself that will produce the LCD screens of the future 6.1-inch iPhone.

In view of the above, it seems that Apple will reserve OLED screens for its higher-priced star models .