Kuo says that the the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone will use a "Cover Glass Sensor" (CGS) technology, which allows Apple to place the touch module on to the surface of the glass instead of on the display panel. The inclusion this technology and the replacement of the previous will however result in 15% increase in the cost of the touch panel which would result in an eventual increase of purchase price from $23 to $26. It's this latter device that will be the cheapest model, and in his latest write-up, Kuo adds that it will use new display tech without 3D Touch.
The current rumor is about the 6.1 "version of the iPhone, which will receive an LCD, which will be the cheapest version, which is expected in the autumn together with two OLED models, and there may also be a successor to the iPhone SE; it could be announced in the spring".
The 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED iPhone models in 2018 will both retain the 3D Touch feature.
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Maybe the new goal that apple has is the introduction of the iPhones with touch less gesture controls and maybe the CGS and the thin film sensor that is to be present I the new iPhones are surely a step towards that.
The expulsion of 3D Touch doesn't appear to be excessively fantastical given it's very polarizing - a few clients think that its valuable, while others think that its pointless. This type of technology could also result in a display that's lighter, but more shock-resistant, according to MacRumors. It allows users to press down harder on the iPhone's display to bring up app shortcuts and other functions within apps. As reported, the 3D Touch elimination on this particular model may be just the beginning and by the starting of the year 2019, the functionality might be eliminated from all of the iPhone models. Most 3D features can easily be replaced with a simple touch-and-hold method, or long-pressing as it's more commonly called.