As the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus carry list prices of $699 and $799 (for the 64GB version), this means you may see an iPhone 9 going for around $750. In the most recent development, alleged dummies of the 6.1-inch LCD model have been leaked in four colour variants, showing off the phone's design elements, as well as a dual-SIM card slot. We've heard plenty of times that both phones will be outfitted with edge-to-edge OLED displays, which was one of the major design features of the original iPhone X. Like numerous iPhone duos Apple has released since the iPhone 6, one will be a little bit larger than the other as well, presumably leading to a "Plus" label for the larger phone. The same report compared Apple's approach to the iPhone 5C with its bright colors.
A attendee uses a new iPhone X during a presentation for the media in Beijing, China October 31, 2017. Today, we have two fresh "leaks" to report on including rumored pricing and the name for the largest iPhone to ever be released. Both models resemble the current iPhone X. The entry-level iPhone will ditch the stainless steel housing, opting instead for an aluminum shell that will come in a series of colors according to Bloomberg. Image courtesy of Bloomberg.
The hotly anticipated new iPhones are just around the corner and any little bit of information on them is likely to be pretty solid and close to the real deal.
Meanwhile, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is often correct about Apple's plans, has predicted that the LCD model will clock in between $600 to $700.
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