BMO Capital Gets Cautious On Apple Inc. (AAPL) Ahead Of Earings

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 25, 2017

It is a well-known fact that Apple is going to use OLED screens for its upcoming iPhone 8.

If you can't wait to pick up an iPhone 8 on launch day, hopefully you started saving as soon as we first heard that it would be Apple's most expensive smartphone ever.

In terms of the iPhone 8 however, it will have a standard Apple battery that has been found in previous generations size.

The upcoming iPhone device, now assumed to be named the iPhone 8 (though reports of iPhone 7s have also been popping up), is expected to be a major device with many new and innovative features. Glacier Peak Capital LLC purchased a new position in Apple during the fourth quarter worth about $127,000.

Apple is widely-tipped to debut an innovative L-shaped battery cell inside the iPhone 8. The device will be designed in such a way that it will accommodate a larger battery as revealed by Ming-Chi Kuo, a top analyst.

That's a rumour we've been hearing a lot about in the run-up to the iPhone 8 launch, but according to Kelly, the 4mm size is created to limit accidental user input when handling the phone.

BMO continues to believe Apple will introduce a premium iPhone "Pro" model with an edge-to-edge OLED display alongside the standard "S" refresh in September.

OLED displays have a series of advantages over the LCD alternative.

According to the report, Samsung Display is making an additional 80 million screens for its own smartphones and for other manufacturers, although it will keep some inventory flexibility in case Apple orders more iPhones. Portfolio Solutions LLC bought a new stake in Apple during the first quarter valued at $169,000. It is expected that the device will get a screen nearly the entire front panel and instead of a physical Home button it will be equipped with virtual. This comes off the back of multiple reports around the issue of implementing major new designs and features, such as the Touch ID fingerprint scanner potentially being embedded under the display glass, and the inclusion of a 3D face scanner.

Two companies seem to be affected more than others, including MediaTek and HiSilicon, which will see "disappointing handset-chip shipments" from Apple rivals in the third quarter. Surprisingly, this time around there is no mention of the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus.

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