Despite the fact that the iPhone X was released slightly less than three months ago, we’re now beginning to hear rumors about what Apple’s 2018 iPhone lineup has in store. So, while Tim Cook a couple of years back guaranteed that Apple would do its best to twofold down on item mystery, it appears that the organization’s endeavors have done little to smother KGI Securities expert Ming-Chi Kuo who, in the course of recent years, has reliably conveyed dependable sneak peeks into up and coming Apple items months ahead of time.
As of late, Kuo has issued a couple of updates which delineate what Apple’s up and coming iPhone lineup will resemble. According to Kuo’s research, Apple will release these three new iPhone models: a patched-up rendition of the current iPhone X, a 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus, and to wrap things up, a 6.1-inch iPhone with an LCD display. Even more recently, Kuo issued yet another list of update notes to Apple investors, this time giving us more understanding with respect to what Apple’s new 6.1-inch iPhone will convey to the table.
It’s been noted that Apple’s new 6.1-inch Phone will be a more wallet-friendly version of the iPhone X, and it won’t be as edgeless as the other similar model types. The bezels surrounding this new 6.1-inch model is said to be 0.5mm all around, which is slightly larger than the bezels surrounding the iPhone X. As for some of the bigger differences between the LCD based iPhone and the older OLED models, it should be noted that the 6.1-inch iPhone will not include 3D Touch support or a dual-camera scheme on the back. The device will also incorporate an aluminum frame instead of a stainless-steel frame.
Additional information from Kuo suggests that the second-age iPhone X and a bigger 6.5-inch variant that we’re calling iPhone X Plus will each have an expanded 4GB of RAM. Obviously, given its bigger physical size, the iPhone X Plus is additionally expected to have upwards of a 25 percent bigger battery life of 3,300-3,400 mAh versus iPhone X. Kuo also stated that Apple has decided to go with a two-cell, L-formed plan for the second-age iPhone X and iPhone X Plus battery, as opposed to a solitary cell, L-molded outline that could have yielded up to 10 percent extra limit.
By its hints, the new iPhone X and iPhone X Plus, past the last’s bigger screen estimate, won’t be critical updates. Kuo doesn’t anticipate that enhancements will be made to the TrueDepth camera framework until 2019. All things considered, he anticipates that the gadgets will do well on sales, particularly the low priced 6.1-inch iPhone.