September is just a few months away and some further leaks and rumors of Apple’s plan for the iPhone 7’s not so distant iterations.
We all know that the next iPhone still won’t have a Quad HD display that displays 4k right into your face, but some trusted sources say that a huge improvement on iPhone 7’s successive version would be huge. Unexpectedly, this huge upgrade comes in the form of borderless display right in the front of the device.
In theory, a 5.8-inch LED IPS glass panel can fit into a 5.5-inch body assembly using this kind of design approach. A seamless interaction using the extra real estate on the glass interface makes the bezels of the smartphone pretty useful for a lot of things.
Samsung’s Galaxy Edge series proved this technology works and is highly marketable, yet Apple seems slower in comparison with its innovations in the past years. The borderless display, if proven true, can be change the game and might take Apple to a comfortable lead over its competitors.