More rumours are beginning to emerge about Apple’s 2018 iPhone range, a little more than two weeks since the iPhone X hit shop shelves.
Once again, the source of the news is Ming Chi Kuo, the analyst known for his impeccable connections within Apple’s supply chain.
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Kuo claims that new processors supplied by Intel and Qualcomm will help boost LTE speeds in next year’s iPhone line-up.
In theory, this should mean much faster performance when the handsets are connected to data networks.
That’s not all. Kuo has also claimed that Apple is working on incorporating dual SIMs in next year's phones too.
Smartphones with dual SIM tech have become increasingly popular, allowing users to switch between one phone number for work and another for personal use, without having to carry two devices.
Interestingly, Kuo reckons the system Apple will use could allow both SIMs to be active at the same time.
It’s not yet clear if any future iPhone will have two SIM slots, or if Apple will build one of the SIMs into the handset itself.