We all are waiting anxiously for the next device by Apple, as we didn’t see any new device after iPhone X. However we heard some rumors that the company plans to introduce three new models later this year which may include a considerably larger version of the iPhone X. Today we are going to share some Leaked Specs, Price & Release Date of 2018 iPhone.
Apple didn’t officially announced that when will we see the next phone, but it is to be expected that it’s new device will appear in September 2018.
All the Leaked Specs, Price & Release Date of 2018 iPhone
According to the rumors that it could be called the iPhone 11, iPhone X Plus, or the iPhone X2 but most probably not the iPhone 9.
Some other sources have suggested that the Apple will include at least one lower-cost LCD screen iPhone in the 2018 lineup, but some rumors are not agreed with it and said that the phones will have OLED screens and which will use LCD.
The BusinessKorea report suggests that a forthcoming 6.1-inch iPhone will have a MLCD+ display.
According to the Wall Street Journal reports that the less-expensive LCD iPhone is expected to sell faster than a OLED one. It says that Apple will roll out two OLED iPhones and one iPhone with an LCD screen in the fall, but there will probably be a higher volume of LCD iPhones.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo early in July predicted the specs for the 2018 iPhones such as a 5.8-inch OLED iPhone, a 6.5-inch OLED iPhone Plus and a 6.1-inch affordable LCD iPhone.
Kuo said that the 2018 iPhones will be based on the design of the full-screen flagship. According to an analyst at Information Handling Services, Jusy Hong, all three new models may look similar to the iPhone X.
According to the Chinese language Economic Daily News, One of the new 2018 iPhone models could have a rear-facing camera with a triple-lens array.
Kuo has predicted that Apple may roll out a single-SIM version that costs between $550 and $650 and another dual-SIM model, priced between $650 to $750. In order to make a 6.1-inch model more affordable than anything in the current lineup, Apple may exclude some of the expensive components such as Face ID, the OLED display, 3D Touch and the second rear camera.