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Foxconn may be producing the LCD panels for the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus

The iPhone has been grabbing all the covers in the technological world during the last months but we must not forget that if the latest information is correct, the people of Cupertino will present three models of iPhone in their next Keynote which is expected to be released in November.

The various rumours, leaks and models of the iPhone have made us completely forget about the other iPhone models that Apple will soon present. So much so that many users do not know that Apple has prepared an iPhone 7S and 7S Plus to continue the line of what it has always done and only the iPhone 8 model would be the great novelty of this presentation.

Foxconn may be producing the LCD panels for the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus
Foxconn may be producing the LCD panels for the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus

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It is precisely now that new data is coming in from a well known American media such as the Wall Street Journal, which assures us of new information about the possible production of one of the components for the terminals of the people of the block that are coming.

In particular the medium in question claims that Foxconn, known for manufacturing some of the components of the iPhone has now received a large capital injection with which it would have bet on producing panels for the next terminals of the Californians .

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In this way, Apple is also preparing to manufacture the iPhone 7S terminals and its Plus version, since the news assures that LCD panels will be manufactured, a technology that will accompany these two terminals and not the iPhone 8 , since there has been enough talk this year that it will go with the new OLED technology for its panels.

With this we are waiting to see how this duality of technologies works for Apple in terms of the panels of its next terminals, and we will see if the general public prefers one or another technology or if OLED panels are not yet at a point as mature as other panels on the market .

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