Apple is rumored to be working on two organic light emitting diode (OLED) screen phones for its new 2018 lineup, expected in September, and just one with a traditional liquid crystal display (LCD) screen. But the LCD version will cost less and deliver better sales, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal citing people involved in Apple's supply chain.
Apple's current iPhone lineup features just one phone with a fancy OLED screen, the flagship iPhone 8, has led to ., which starts at $999. That lofty price, compared to $699 for its cheapest current LCD-based phone the
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