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Upcoming Apple iPhone Could Be Missing Some Features

Upcoming Apple iPhone Could Be Missing Some Features

Apple will be launching the iPhone trio simultaneously in November 2018.

By now, almost six months after the iPhone X release, it's clear that the supercycle isn't going to happen.

A record-breaking expansion to Apple's capital returns scheme, set to be announced alongside its latest quarterly earnings this week, could help win over investors who have become preoccupied by concerns of a global slowdown in smartphone sales.

A few months ago, there were reports that Apple was planning to release three new iPhones this year.

Following Apple's habit of releasing a new phone every September, the new 2018 edition flagship phone could be unveiled this September. (The profile still reflects his KGI position, which he reportedly finished on Friday.) Prior to this, he worked as an analyst for Concord Securities, another Taiwanese financial firm, and at the hit-and-miss daily Taiwanese IT newspaper Digitimes.

"That lower-priced iPhone X, essentially, should be a successful product".

In addition, Apple will launch a giant iPhone with a 6.5-inch screen and an update to the current iPhone X size, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg News earlier this year. If something as trivial as 3D Touch increases costs in production but offers very little in terms of functionality, then it's only logical for Apple to have it removed.




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You will still have to rely on lightning earbuds or get yourself a Bluetooth Headphone for the cordless audio experience. The use of "CGS" technology will make the display lighter and more resistant to shocks.

Mark Moskowitz, an analyst with Barclays, wrote in an investor note Monday that the iPhone X's "price point was too high and likely alienated many users". Most 3D features can easily be replaced with a simple touch-and-hold method, or long-pressing as it's more commonly called.

A video has been leaked showing the details of rumored iPhone SE 2.

That's not to say it's good news.

Which iPhone model are you looking forward to buy this year?