Apple Set To Unveil Two New Full-Screen iPhones Next Year

If everything moves according to Plan, Apple might next year be unveiling its two new full-screen iPhones. The much anticipated iPhone X has already hit markets and it once again time to focus on the next year’s models.  Ming-Chi Kuo, the KGI Securities analyst has over the years been giving accurate iPhone predictions.

This time around he has given his prediction. According to him the next big thing will be the two new full-screen iPhones next year. One will bear 6.1-inch LCD display whereas the other will be made of a 6.5-inch OLED display.

Kuo has depended so much on carrying our research to come up with his predictions. In a recent writing, he revealed that Apple sought to satisfy the various needs associated with the high-end market. He has moved ahead to state that the 6.1-inch phone is set to be priced somewhere in between $649 to $749 and will be coming along with a less dense screen resolution. Users should expect a slightly worse picture but of course there are a lot of other attractive features to look forward to.

From the look at things, the $749 price tag is definitely too cheap incase it turns out to be true that Apple will introduce the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone. For instance, the iPhone 8 is at the moment going at $699 whereas the 8 Plus is moving at $799.

The 6.1-inch phone is most probably a notch higher than the existing Plus model and so it only makes sense it could be attached to a price tag of about $899.No none can downplay the fact that Apple might resolve to be more aggressive in its pricing of the device. It will also be raking in its latest technology through its product line though quite a significant number of people remain pessimistic.

The company’s spokesperson opined, “Apple has been replacing affected iPhone X units free of charge, according to customers who contacted the company. Apple also appears to be collecting data from the incidents so that its engineers can investigate the matter, as it routinely does with any potential hardware or software issues.”

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