iPhone 11 and iPhone x plus rumors

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iPhone 11 and iPhone x plus rumors
iPhone 11 and iPhone x plus rumors

iPhone 11 and iPhone x plus rumors. What to expect from the Apple in 2018? Is company preparing its iPhone 11 release this year or not? Well, it is possible that Apple will release three iPhone devices in 2018, at the same time as if the Californian Corporation sticks to two handsets then it is already confirmed that the larger phablet-sized phone could be named the iPhone X Plus.

Then chances are that iPhone X Plus could take its place in the Apple portfolio next to iPhone 11 releases.

The foremost question is that Apple whether to deliver something big, or stick to affordable upgrades to the victorious iPhone X.

Early rumors have recommended that the iPhone 11 could be a main step forward over the iPhone X and that this is highlighted by Apple slipping its premium smartphone after only 12 months.

However, we all aware with the fact that the iPhone X was already quite expensive for a smartphone at an entry-level price of $999, and Apple would be brave to some extent to boost the pricing of the iPhone 11 or iPhone X Plus further still.

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Apart from the fact that Apple enjoys brand loyalty still any four-figure sum for a smartphone would be too much for some consumers.

On the other hand, Apple could also take account of the ‘S series’ classification that has been used in earlier generations to point out a mid-range device. This will clearly depend on its aim for the iPhone 11 and iPhone X Plus, but it could see branding of iPhone XS and XS Plus used in its place.

In the meantime, there will also be a 6-inch LCD version, as Apple looks to please the zeitgeist for ever larger mobile screens. It appears that, it will still be essential for Apple to make some LCD variants in 2018, owing to supply problems associated to OLED components. And this is confirmed by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

On the other side, Kuo has also predicted in his writings that a 6.1-inch LCD model will price between $649 and $749 later this year. Definitely, it can be said with some clout that Apple has never followed a policy before of producing affordable kit.

This would enable Apple to deploy facial recognition technology across all three models of its two 2018 series, meaning that the days of the fingerprint sensor could be numbered. If this were the case, it would obviously sound the death knell for the established Touch ID system.

However, other rumors hint that the fingerprint scanner could be saved after all, with Apple counting a virtual unit in its next-generation mobiles.

We know the struggle of both companies Samsung and Apple have been trying to logistically unravel the problem of embedding this technology within the display for quite some time. Chance is there that it could be Apple that truly delivers this innovation first.

Certainly, the technology has now been put into practice in the Vivo X20 Plus UD. This smartphone come into view on the Chinese market in January, with its new Clear ID system.

iOS 12 will also outline a critical part of the Apple product range for 2018, and it is said that this key software release will mostly focus on system performance over inventive new features.

Some rumors from close to the Apple supply chain advocate that code quality will be prioritized over fresh features. It seems that the next iPhone release will promote from efficient performance.

On the other hand, bearing in mind that the iPhone X already featured quad HD, this would surely mean that a 4K resolution iPhone appeared in 2018.

According to the rumor mill, one thing that hasn’t changed is Apple’s intentions for the release date of its 2018 smartphones. We can once more expect the iPhone 11 to appear in Q3 in September.

But, if Apple does certainly decide to release three separate devices this year, we could spot another staggered release. It means we can get our hands on the premium model in October.

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