Apple Plans to Upgrade the Current iPhone X with a Big Screen

According to people familiar with the matter that Apple is planing to launch three new phones soon that keep the edge-to-edge screen design of last year’s flagship. Apple is also planing to upgrade the current iPhone X with a big screen, which is internally dubbed D32.

Soon Apple will Upgrade the Current iPhone X with a Big Screen

The major changes to the new OLED iPhones will be to processing speed and the camera. The phone will look like the iPhone X, but will have a larger near 6.1-inch screen. It will come in multiple colors. Moreover, this new phone will sport aluminum edges instead of the iPhone X’s stainless steel casing.
The big change that we will experience in this new edition is that it will have a cheaper LCD screen instead of an OLED panel to keep costs down.

In late July, Hon Hai has started assembling the OLED devices and only started on the LCD phones this month. This upcoming lower-end device will be second attempt of Apple at differentiating its phones partly by color. In 2013, Apple introduced the iPhone 5c, which was an iPhone 5 but in plastic casing. Well at that time strategy flopped just because iPhone users didn’t prefer plastic casing over Apple’s metal phones. However, now this time lower-cost iPhone will use aluminum edges for a premium look and feel.

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