Apple is planning to launch a new ‘cheaper’ iPhone this year as a follow-up of its current flagship iPhone X, according to reports.
The 5.85-inch OLED display iPhone X2 is expected to be unveiled along with two other phones in September.
The device will be powered by Apple’s next-generation A12 processor, run on iOS 12 and feature a build-in Face sensor, according to the report.
It is yet unclear that how much iPhone X2 would cost but some reports have claimed that it would be ‘cheaper’ than its predecessor.
The 5.85-inch OLED iPhone X2 will be powered by Apple’s next-generation A12 processor, run on iOS 12 and feature a build-in Face sensor
9to5 believes that the device be 6.1-inch phone would could cost $800 while some other reports have claimed that it will come up with a price tag of $900.
The 6.1-inch OLED display iPhone X2 has been dubbed as ‘biggest smartphone yet’ by Bloomberg.
The second of three iPhones expected to be launched in September is 5.8 inch OLED iPhone X SE, with many reports claiming that it would be cheapest among them.
Apple had originally launched iPhone SE back in March 2016 after iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus failed to make an impact in the market, contrary to their highly-successful predecessors iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
And now the iPhone sales have again declined again, despite being the release of three flagship phones devices – iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.
Though Apple chief executive Tim Cook recently said that “iPhone X surpassed our expectations and has been our top-selling iPhone every week since it shipped in November,” it is believed that the sales of the device are unconvincing and demand is not strong because of its whopping $999 price tag.
The third phone planned to be launched this year will be possibly called iPhone 9 Plus. The device will be also cheaper than its predecessor iPhone 9.