There are a lot of rumors floating around these days about the iPhones that Apple is going to release next year. It’s going to be the 10th anniversary of the product that is the company’s biggest cash cow and many expect Apple to come out with major changes to the iPhone. It’s widely believed that Apple will debut its first OLED iPhone next year. A new report published today suggests that Apple will come out with three new iPhones in 2017 one of which is going to have an OLED curved display not unlike the ones you find on Samsung’s high-end devices.

Nikkei heard from a source that Apple is going to launch a 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch iPhone in 2017 alongside a “premium handset” that will either be 5.5 inches or larger and will feature “a screen bent on the two sides.” That sounds quite like the Galaxy S7 edge and the Galaxy Note 7.

Samsung has long been rumored as the sole OLED display supplier for Apple and if the third iPhone really is a reality, it might have to seriously increase production in order to meet Apple’s demand for the iPhone as well as product OLED displays for its own products.

Chalk this up as another one of the many rumors we have heard so far about the iPhones expected in 2017. There is still a long way to go and we’re bound to hear a lot more before Apple comes out with the new iPhones in the fall next year.

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