How do consumers relate to the translation of the iPhone on OLED displays?
Most consumers do not care about the type of matrix that is used in their smartphones. For this reason, analysts predicted by Barclay's, the new iPhone 8 will not be able to beat the current sales record set by its predecessors. This is confirmed by a public opinion poll conducted among the readers of 9To5Mac.
As it turned out by the results of the survey, most consumers understand the difference between OLED and IPS-displays, but more than half of them (53%) do not consider it to be of principle. In any case, the respondents emphasized, the advantages of organic matrices over inorganic ones are not so obvious as to have a significant effect on the perception of the device.
In turn, about a third of the respondents called Apple's upcoming transition to OLED-matrices logical and sufficient to consider it a full-fledged innovation. As the most popular arguments cited by respondents, we note the potential increase in the battery life of smartphones, as well as a brighter and more saturated picture.
The upcoming iPhone 8, which may be delayed until the middle of October, can be released in three versions. The highest-end version is rumored to have a built-in wireless charging module, a dual camera and 3 GB of RAM. The smartphone will be based on the newest Apple A11 chipset, and its retail price can reach $ 1,000.
The rest of the survey participants stated that they are not going to change their smartphone regardless of the type of matrix that the new iPhone will equip.