Published: Sun, April 29, 2018
Industry | By Johnnie Johnson

Apple Is Done With 3D Touch, Says Trusted Analyst

Apple Is Done With 3D Touch, Says Trusted Analyst

According to the analyst's memo, as seen by Feng, Apple plans to move the iPhone's touch module will also be moved from the display panel to the surface glass, and it will add a "thin-film sensor", whatever that means. Kuo believes Apple will then drop the 3D Touch functionality so the company doesn't have to increase the cost of the phone.

The iPhone 6s debuted one of the most revolutionary technologies that became key to an iPhone's appeal - 3D Touch.

Apple is expected to unleash three new iPhone models in the fall, two high-end models with OLED displays, and one 6.1-inch iPhone with an LCD display. Instead, it seems Apple are focusing on creating a stronger display glass designed to be more impact resistant as well as lighter and thinner. It remains uncertain why the new layer is needed, but it will increase the cost of the touch panel by 15 percent, or somewhere between $23 and $26.

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The 3D feature is equally liked and hated.

Ever trusty Apple future-gazer KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi-Kuo, has revealed details about the iPhone tough screen which will use Cover Glass Sensor (CGS) tech.

Apple recently filed to register 11 separate iPhone models and tech commentators suggest it's likely that several model numbers will be attached to each iPhone, rather than each being for an individual release. The 6.1 inch LCD iPhone model is rumored to cost between $550 - $650 only.

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Apple's upcoming entry-level 6.1-inch iPhone has been in the news for quite a time now.

The expulsion of 3D Touch doesn't appear to be excessively fantastical given it's very polarizing - a few clients think that its valuable, while others think that its pointless. It most probably may not be that the rivals of Apple were not capable of copying the 3D Touch, but they may have simply understood that the technology is particularly not useful.

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