Novelties for the next iPhone 6SE, the one we will see in September, aim to be few while the futureiPhone 7 , which will arrive in 2017 , it will certainly have big changes.
A leak ensures that next year's iPhone 7 will have a glass finish. Likewise, the frame will remain in metal. It will not be the only big change, but that e the screen will go to OLED while the current one uses an LTPS panel.
This was confirmed by the factory Foxconn, which is responsible for the production of the iPhone. Specifically, development of the glass back cover has already begun, but obviously it will not be available for the iPhone that we will see in September.
The idea is that in 2017 Apple will retake the reins of the sector against brands as competitive as the Chinese Huawei or the Korean Samsung.
The search for the rear glass for the iPhone is not a novelty, but they have been at it for more than a year. In any case, the frames will continue to be made from the same metal.
For its part, Samsung will supply the OLED panel for the iPhone 7 screen despite the fact that Foxconn factories are also working in this after the acquisition of Sharp, a major manufacturer of displays.
After knowing these details about the materials of Apple devices and manufacturing planning, everything indicates that the iPhone 6SE will not be a significant change and we will have to wait another year for Apple to try change the things.