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Thursday, 15 February 2018

2018 could bring 100 million new low-cost iPhone

Since the beginning of this year, we have been watching a couple of months circulating all kinds of rumors about the possible launch of a low-cost iPhone with an LCD screen and a design similar to the iPhone X.

We already knew that Apple would stop making the iPhone X in the middle of this year 2018, but what we did not know was that the company of the bitten apple will also stop the manufacture of the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus in favor of the new smartphones next- gen.

Apple will replace the manufacturing of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus by manufacturing 100 million units of iPhone with 6.1-inch LCD screen . This is stated by Ming-Chi Kuo, the popular analyst at KGI Securities.

New 6.1-inch LCD iPhone at a low-cost price

Everything seems to indicate that the iPhone SE 2 will be introduced in the middle of 2018 , however, it is more likely that this model has a slightly smaller size . Something that you can check to perfection in the following table:

Apple would present three iPhone models with the new design in 2018. A model with 6.5-inch OLED screen , another model with 5.8-inch OLED screen and a model with 6.1-inch LCD screen .

It is rumored that the iPhone LCD low-cost will have some of the functions of the iPhone X, such as facial recognition Face ID and Animojis . But Apple will put aside other features such as 3D Touch to make its price more affordable.

Ming-Chi Kuo thinks that the iPhone with 6.1-inch LCD screen could cost between 700 and 800 dollars. A much higher price than the iPhone SE had in its initial release, therefore one would think that we are talking about the new iPhone 9 .

On the other hand, it is also worth mentioning that its price could vary depending on whether Apple believes that the iPhone LCD could be the successor of the iPhone 8 or the iPhone 8 Plus . We will keep you informed on the subject.

Source | Macrumors 

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