Apple will launch three new iPhones in 2018, rumours suggest, all featuring the same all-screen design as the recently released iPhone X.
That’s according to Ming Chi Kuo, the analyst who correctly unveiled details of Apple’s latest smartphone months before it was officially detailed.
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Kuo believes Apple will lead the line with a larger iPhone X Plus model, which will feature a huge 6.5–inch screen.
This will be joined by a new version of the existing iPhone X, with the same 5.8–inch display. Each will come with OLED screen tech.
Interestingly, Kuo says a third model, with a 6.1–inch screen, will be sold at a cheaper SIM–free price, thanks to its use of an LCD rather than OLED panel.
Each phone is thought to cleave to the same design as the iPhone X, with a notch at the top for the earpiece and TrueDepth camera.
This is in keeping with Apple’s long held strategy of maintaining the same design over two iPhone launch cycles.
It’s likely that the larger iPhone X Plus will command an even higher price than the iPhone X, which starts at £999 for a 64GB edition.
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