There is more and more news that Apple will launch three new iPhones at the new product launch in September, including the 5.8-inch OLED version of the iPhone (iPhone X II) and the 6.5-inch OLED version of the iPhone. (equivalent to iPhone X Plus) and 6.1-inch LCD version of the iPhone.
You can see that the new generation of iPhones will have two OLED screens and a mobile phone based on LCD screens. Now there is news that Apple’s 6.1-inch new iPhone will use LCD screens from three companies, including Sharp. (40%), LG Display (30%) and JDI (30%).
Apple has registered a total of 11 iPhones in the EEC, but they seem to be mainly divided into three groups (A19XX, A209X and A210X), showing that these models belong to three different devices. In addition, although it is not clear which model each model belongs to, Apple's past history shows that the cheaper 6.1-inch iPhone will use A19XX encoding, and this year's upgraded iPhone X and iPhone X Plus will use A209X respectively. And A210X encoding.
Which iPhone do you choose?