New report claims Apple will launch iPhone X Plus this year

Last September Apple announced the iPhone X which was the successor to the iPhone 7 series. The device was an instant hit until Apple decided to call it off this year. Now, Bloomberg has some latest tips on the upcoming iPhone X Plus which will be replacing the existing iPhone X. The phone, however, is just one of the three devices that Apple has planned to launch this year.

According to Bloomberg, Apple iPhone X Plus will be a bigger brother of iPhone X and will come with a 6.5-inch screen. However, the device will fit into the same dimensions thanks to the edge-to-edge display. Also, all the three iPhones will feature a TrueDepth camera for Face ID. The iPhone X Plus might also have a dual-SIM option. The company also plans to do an iPhone 5C kind of thing with the upcoming iPhones where the cheapest one will have all the features of iPhone X but will have an LCD  screen instead of an OLED display.

The new iPhones will definitely give Apple a volume boost and it will be able to go head-on with the recently launched S9 and S9 Plus. However, Apple needs to be a little more careful with the pricing strategy they adopt for the cheaper variants.

Via: Bloomberg

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