Now, coming to last one, the budget iPhone X or the affordable iPhone X will launch this year as the iPhone XC. To be specific, the Cupertino-based tech firm faced problems with the backlight for LCD panels, says the report. It seemed like we knew all there was to know, but now a new report from a trusted insider brings us even more details these devices that had previously been unreported.
The new 6.5-inch iPhone X model will have a resolution of 2688 x 1242 whereas the 5.8-inch iPhone Xs will 2436 x 1125 resolution cited MacRumors.
The 5.8-inch iPhone XS is expected to be priced around $999 (Rs 72,500 approx) whereas the top-end model iPhone XS Max with 6.5-inch display will cost around $1,049 (Rs 76,000 approximately). Earlier too the telecom company had hinted that the new iPhones will support dual SIM cards. Talking about the 2018 iPhones, the company is long rumored to launch three new iPhones.
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Moreover, another leak on Slashleak has revealed the box content and variants of the alleged iPhone XS. Price of iPhone XS Max would be about Rs. 96,000 for 64 GB, which may vary as per the current market. The iPhone X, meanwhile, has a Dh661.50 disparity between its own 64GB and 256GB offerings.
The Bloomberg report notes that 6.1-inch iPhone Xr will have an LCD display, which has already been reported. With an expected price of between $700-800, the new iPhone will likely be more attractive to consumers who were turned off by the iPhone X's $1,000 price tag and held off on upgrading. This is much higher than the $699 to $749 everyone else is expecting.
On the left, the future iPhone XS Plus, and on the right, the future iPhone 9. While actual United States prices might differ, Goldman Sachs has revised its own estimates, saying that the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, a.k.a. iPhone XC, will actually sell for $849, instead of the expected $699.