For the second time in the iPhone story, Apple is expected to launch three different iPhone models at the same time in September. The company switched from an iPhone to two back in 2014 when it debuted iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and it continued to release two new flagship iPhone models annually until last year when it debuted iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X at the same time. However, in 2018, the company is expected to exchange things again. Instead of releasing followers to each of the three iPhone models released last year, Apple will eventually launch two brand new iPhone models along with an updated version of the iPhone X.
The bigger and more expensive of Apple's two Brand new iPhones have been referred to as "iPhone X Plus", but it is doubtful that it will be released with that name. The phone is expected to have the same design and specifications as the 5.8-inch iPhone Apple will debut in September, but it wants a larger 6.5-inch OLED display and will be priced $ 1
If earlier reports from several independent sources are spreading, Apple's A new 5.8-inch iPhone sequel will launch $ 899 and $ 1,049 price points, which will be $ 100 cheaper than Apple's 2017 model. The current price of $ 999 and $ 1,149 will then be occupied by the new 6.5-inch "iPhone X Plus." Although Apple usually continues to sell year-old iPhone models at a discounted price when new versions are released, the current generation iPhone X is expected to end in September. In its place, the company will launch a new cheap iPhone model that can start with just $ 649 or $ 699.
This new iPhone model has the same design as Apple's OLED iPhones, but it wants a 6.1 inch LCD- screen display. It will also lack 3D Touch and have less RAM than Apple's other 2018 iPhones, according to reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. While Kuo has told us virtually everything about Apple's three new 2018 iPhones, another reliable source of inside information has just filled out a very important plot: The most affordable new iPhone model, which is also expected to be the most in a new iPhone model, will be inadequate upon launch.
Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty wrote in a new note to clients who were seen by BGR that the mass production of Apple's new 6.1-inch iPhone model has been delayed by a month. Silver lining is that Huberty had only expected a 6-month delay. Despite the fact that things are not as bad as she had previously believed, the delay in mass production could still affect supply at launch, which is rapidly approaching. According to the analyst's note, the phone's release may even be delayed.
"We expect Apple to report a June quarter online and provide a weaker consensus in September quarter due to a possible October launch of the 6.1-inch LCD screen iPhone," Huberty wrote. "We currently do not see any delays in the ramp to Apple's upcoming flagship 5.8" or 6.5 "OLED iPhones, but suspected issues with LED backlighting have caused a 1 month delay in mass production of 6.1" LCD iPhone, although this is down from a 6-week delay backed in the original production forecast, according to suppliers. "
Huberty still believes that all three new iPhone models will be announced in September, as it was last year, although iPhone X was delayed and was not released in November.