According to a report on the supply chain, Apple is preparing to launch three iPhone lines this fall. One, a 5.8-inch iPhone X with improved specifications and a lower price. Two, a new iPhone X Plus 6.5 inches with an OLED display. And three, a 6.1-inch iPhone with Face ID, which is supposed to come in a variety of colors, including gray, white, blue, red and orange.
Ming-Chi Kuo reports, via 9to5mac that the iPhone X Plus 6.5 inches is supposed to take the price point of $ 1000 from the iPhone X. This will result in the next iPhone X to be cheaper than its current incarnation. The 6.1-inch colorful iPhone will be the cheapest model with a price tag around $ 700. Storage information was not included in the report.
It is said that the cheapest iPhone looks like the iPhone X and includes FaceID although Apple may concede the dual-camera option to higher-priced models. The analyst expects that this $ 700 option represents 55% of new iPhone sales and increases until 2019.
If the color part is correct, Apple is ready to introduce a touch of color into the monochrome phone market. Currently, phones are mostly available in gray and black, with most vendors offering a few color options through special editions. It's annoying. Apple has already tried it in the past with its budget-constrained iPhone 5c. Making his bestseller model available in color is a distinct strategy change. It is very likely that other companies such as Samsung and LG will follow the trend and push the world of smartphones into a rainbow of colors.