Apple is expected to launch its new iPhone models this month and the company’s big-screen OLED OLED display could be in use in a new iPhone for the first time.
The new iPhone is expected in stores on April 29.
Apple has previously announced a few changes to the design of the iPhone 6.
In July, Apple said that it would ditch the traditional home button and replace it with a curved, rounded screen.
The curved iPhone 6 design is expected not to be used by the company as a home button, but instead as a secondary button that will act as a shortcut to the home screen.
Apple also said in July that it will include a “digital fingerprint” sensor on the front of the new iPhones, meaning that the fingerprint will be more secure than the traditional “fingerprint” on the back of the phone.
The company has also said that its OLED display will have an edge-to-edge aspect ratio that will enable “smooth, vibrant, and vivid colors.”
That will make the iPhone a premium product, Apple CEO Tim Cook said during a keynote on July 22.
The iPhone 6 is expected with an Apple Watch 2 that comes with a 12.3-inch screen.
Apple is expected start shipping iPhone 6 models with a larger 4.7-inch display on April 30, with the smaller 4.5-inch model due out the following week.
The larger 5.5 inch iPhone 6 will be released on May 5.
Apple’s biggest iPhone 6 release date to date has been May 22, 2019.