These two handsets will be flanked by a next-generation iPhone X, he said, featuring the same 5.8-inch edge-to-edge OLED display as the recently released model.
The two OLED models are said to target the "high-end" market, while the lone LCD-equipped iPhone will be aimed at "middle to low-end markets" with a predicted price between $US649 ($851) and $US749 ($982). So, the iPhone X Plus screen will be a full inch larger than Apple's current largest screen.
Adding to the list of complaints this morning are the "limited but increasing number" of iPhone X users who are experiencing an annoying "crackling" or "buzzing" sound coming from their device's front-facing earpiece when the volume is cranked up. The well-known KGI Securities analyst has just given his first predictions about Apple's new lineup of iPhones that will be unveiled in 2018. The problem persists when users tries any kind of audio playback at high volume, be it for phone calls, music, videos, alarms and ringtone. And that drop sets new records for fix costs as well. I don't know what's happening as different flagship devices are suffering from different problems one after the other. The new TFT-LCD model will differ significantly from the OLED models in hardware and design specs (for instance, the PPI will be lower). In fact, at a starting price of Rs 89,000 too, iPhone X is the most expensive iPhone to launch so far.
The company is also seeing a 50% increase in new units shipped in the second half of 2018 to 120 million, up from 80 million this year.
One of the defining features of iPhone X is its design.
The main thing to take away from this information is that the iPhone X design seems to be the future of iPhone, for now, and that Apple will be releasing a plus sized version, and a budget friendly version, alongside the 2nd Gen iPhone X next year.