According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Apple is planning to launch three new iPhone models in 2019, including a successor to its more popular iPhone XR. It is, however, planning to put OLED panels for the cheaper iPhone models next year, which will unify the displays across all its iPhones for 2020.
Reports emerged earlier this week that Apple will cut production of its latest phone models by 10 per cent over the next three months.
While this particular design (pictured below) leaves a lot to be desired, it's been reported numerous times before that Apple will, in fact, employ a triple-lens camera on at least one of its 2019 iPhones.
Will the new iPhones be a worthwhile upgrade?
The report is light on other features of the 2019 iPhones.
What would make the iPhone appealing to more people?
"What we want from Apple is something that makes us emotional, even unconsciously-say, truly attractive and sophisticated design that we can't resist", said Atsushi Osanai, a professor at Waseda University in Tokyo who is an expert in electronics. The company has to consider a multitude of factors from the perspective of existing and potential customers, investors and Apple itself, the situation is certainly very complicated and there are no easy answers.
But Apple lags behind its rivals in the number of rear cameras. Some retailers are discounting up to $118 (Rs 8,200 approximately) for the 64GB variant of iPhone XR.
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It is worth to mention that a week after the shock created by the announcement of a downward adjustment of its revenue forecast for the last quarter of 2018, we learn that Apple has chose to reduce by 10% the production of the new iPhones. If Apple does number one and number two and packaged it in a reasonable price point.