Apple is releasing a set of new iPhones this year, and one of them may have a killer advantage over the competition.
According to a BGR, the firm’s cheapest iPhone, the LCD screen equipped handset will come with FaceID and start at a low price of $699.
While that price does not seem exceptionally low, with most modern flagships hitting $1000, Apple’s offering might ironically become one of the cheapest flagships, especially when compared to Samsung and Huawei’s premium models.
Apple will also come with two other new handsets, both of which will be premium models. They are meant to be iPhone X successors and will come in at 5.8 and 6.5 inches respectively.
All of the new iPhone models will start from 64GB of Storage, and go all the way up to 512GB for the highest end model, and Apple will ship a dual lens camera in all but the cheapest model. Apple is also rumoured to support an Apple Pencil for these new iPhones, making them true Samsung Galaxy Note competitors at last.