According to Barclays analyst Mark Moskowitz, Apple will not release an iPhone 7s next year.
Instead, the analyst claims, Apple will launch the iPhone 8 with a number of “major” changes. This year’s iPhone 7 on the other hand, will reportedly be a minor update with no significant changes on the design front except for a thinner profile thanks to the 3.5mm audio jack getting axed.
So, what major changes will the iPhone 8 bring next year? Well, the analyst suggests the next year’s model could include an OLED display, wireless charging, and a design overhaul with the home button being shown the door.
As we reported recently, Apple has apparently struck a deal with Samsung to produce around 100 million displays for a 2017 iPhone model. The 2017 iPhone (or iPhone 8) is also rumored to bring an all-glass body.