The iPhone X was successful and recently launched even with the rest 2017 Apple’s phones, it’s time for the rumours about Apple’s company 2018 lineup to start. Michi-Chi Kuo of KGI securities releases a new report about the specific devices that Apple will launch next year.
All the 2018 iPhones that would be unveil next year will look similar to iPhone X design. The controversial notch, bezel-less screen and TrueDepth camera system om the front.
The phones include 5.8 inch and 6.5 inch models with OLED Display and a 6.1 inch model with an LCD display. Kuo expects the 5.8-inch model to have 458 pixels per inch, suggesting the second-generation iPhone X’s display will likely continue to have a resolution of 1,125×2,436. He said the 6.5-inch model will have roughly 480 to 500 PPI, while the 6.1-inch model is estimated to have between 320 and 330 PPI.
Kuo said the 6.1-inch model will have a lower-resolution LCD display and target the low-end and mid-range markets with an estimated $649 to $749 starting price in the United States.
This information hasn’t been confirmed and you are expected to take it with a pinch of salt.