Apple’s 2018 iPhones could launch on 12th September, according to a new report which analyses the company’s previous iPhone launch plans.
Cnet reckons that Apple will go with 12th September, a Wednesday, in keeping with its approach of revealing its smartphones a week and a half after the U.S. Labor Day holiday.
This means any new iPhones would go on sale the following Friday, 21st September.
This year, Apple is said to be readying a trio of new devices. One an update on the iPhone X, another a 6.5–inch iPhone X Plus and the third a cheaper, LCD screen packing iPhone 9 or iPhone X LCD. The latter is set to cost around £700 SIM–free.
Apple will be going up against Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 9, which is due to launch on 9th August in New York. The California company recently revealed huge revenues driven by the high price of its iPhones.
Analysts predict that with a more affordable model in the range, Apple could be in for a record breaking sales year.
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