Huge iPhone X Plus Looks Like the One to Beat

Ruben Fields
June 20, 2018

Instead the company is, according to a report in Forbes based on Olixar information, will launch three variants of the iPhone X. These will be the iPhone X, which will use a 5.8-inch screen similar to the one that is in the existing iPhone X. Then there will be the iPhone X with 6.1-inch screen.

This comes despite rumours suggesting Apple will offer a triple lens camera on at least one of its new iPhone X models in 2018. While I personally like the smaller SE form factor, it seems that Apple could have noticed a trend: that the bigger the iPhone screen, the more units Apple sells. It says that due to the adoption of the notch on an LCD panel, there are yield issues that Apple's LCD panel suppliers are facing.

The report notes that these forecasts are always subject to change, Apple obviously adjusts orders in response to customer demand.

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Finally there is a 6-inch iPhone X which is expected to be the affordable LCD model.

The report also cites that the LCD iPhone's production has been delayed since the panel suppliers are facing issues with its yield. We all know the benefits of the OLED technology over traditional LCD panels but iPhone X was the first iPhone model to make that jump. These two will carry OLED displays and undoubtedly a hefty price tag, especially the 6.5-inch model which is rumored to have a new triple camera setup to enhance the AR capabilities. There's a single camera setup at the back, and the SIM tray is also located at the bottom of the side edge.

Apple is expected to unveil its 2018 iPhone lineup in less than three months from now. The 5.8-inch iPhone has dimensions at 143.65x72.03x7.69 which means that this year's model is 1.1mm wider.

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