Apple May Be Dropping Three New IPhones Next Year

Herbert Rhodes
November 14, 2017

Regardless, the last thing anyone wants to experience after forking down $1,500+ for a new phone is a faulty device that requires a full-on replacement, especially given that iPhone X supply is still lagging demand. While keeping the general look and much of the interface intact, it's also throwing out the playbook and putting new technology at the literal fingertips of its users.

Besides, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the company is planning to increase production of the iPhone X by 35 percent to 45 percent in the current quarter from the previous three month period.

Now the recently released iPhone X still has a 3-4 week shipping estimate and Kuo expects production will rise 35-45 percent this quarter compared to last quarter to keep up with demand for the upcoming holiday season.

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It joins a growing list of niggles for Apple's newest high-end handset. "After several seconds the screen will become fully responsive again", Apple said in a statement to CNET. "The iPhone X has a 5.8" screen, and the iPhone 8 has a 4.7" screen. "Next year's high-end, whatever they decide to number or call it, will likely have the two OLED displays sizes of 5.8" and 6.46" that were first forecast in August.

Some users have reported seeing a green line showing up on the left or right side of the iPhone X's display. Regarding the handiness of the massive smartphone, the artist claimed that the edgeless feature of the iPhone X Plus display would make it seem to be the same size of the 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus. Let us know below. Or do you wait for the updated model next year?

It's no surprise that Apple will release new models next year, but it is surprising to have this information so early after the iPhone X being released. While no one has an idea on how the iPhone X can go even bigger, a visualized render of the iPhone X Plus has surfaced recently. And that drop sets new records for fix costs as well.

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