Apple reportedly made changes to the iPhone series. Information circulating call Apple is preparing three new models, with significant price differences and different screen sizes.
As reported by the Forbes, Apple plans to amend one of the variants of the iPhone X. Picked up by respected UK tech site T3, is an eye-opening glimpse into Apple’s 2018 iPhone production line and the revelation that Apple may be about to supersize one member of its overhauled iPhone X line-up – at a cost.
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Apple previously reportedly focused on three models carrying a similar iPhone X design with 5-inch LCD screen size, OLED screen measuring 5.8 inches and 6.5 inches. Meanwhile, the presence of model X-size 6.1-inch screen will trigger a discussion related to Apple’s budget funding changes for iPhone X.
This is considered to be a hot topic discussed, especially with two other models of the iPhone X, the second generation with 5.8-inch screen size and a new model device measuring 6.5 inches similar to the iPhone X.
Initially, Apple reportedly plans to bring the iPhone X LCD measuring 6.1 inches and it is expected to carry a single rear camera to reduce production costs. However, the iPhone X LCD with the 6.1-inch screen is reported to still carry a high offer price of US $799.
This is considered contrary to his plans related to the variant of the iPhone X 5-inch sail to be marketed for US $550.
If true, the information will disappoint the small-sized iPhone enthusiasts who hope Apple will bring its superior designs on smaller body devices.
Meanwhile, an upgraded version of LCD to OLED on the more affordable 6.1-inch iPhone X will appeal to consumers. However, compromises in some areas will drive this offer price to be more expensive than it is today.
In addition, Apple is also rumoured to be bringing the entry-level device, is a physical device similar to the iPhone 4-inch SE but with the support of more specification update that will be available in June or July.
Well if the rumours are true… what do you think about this move, should Apple proceed with producing budget-friendly devices or just continue with the most likely expensive 6.1-inch iPhone X with LCD display?