Published: Mon, August 20, 2018
IT | By Lester Massey

How much will cost iPhone 2018

How much will cost iPhone 2018

What we expect from the Apple lineup this fall are two OLED models that stand at 5.8 and 6.5 inches and a 6.1 inch low-priced LCD model.

Apple is expected to unveil three new iPhones next month, and the 6.1-inch LCD model will reportedly get the most attention from Apple when it comes to production.

This is not the first time that we're hearing about the Apple Pencil support for the iPhone.

The more expensive iPhones are also expected to sport 4GB of RAM, while the LCD model will have 3GB.

TrendForce echoes reports we've already heard like this year Apple has three new iPhones coming.

As for pricing, TrendForce believes the LCD iPhone will carry a starting price of around $699 to $749 followed by the 5.8-inch OLED model at $899 to $949.


We're inching closer and closer to the final unveiling of the new iPhones which is said to occur sometime early next month. We'll keep you posted until then. According to Apple, the company's iPhone X remains the most popular iPhone model on the market.

TrendForce also thinks the company could introduce 512GB storage options for the OLED models. The Apple Pencil will be compatible with the new iPhones aiming to challenge Samsungs Galaxy Note lineup.

Like every year, this year's iPhone models will be among the best smartphones consumers will be able to buy during the Christmas quarter, and some of the most sought after handsets out there.

While that price does not seem exceptionally low, with most modern flagships hitting $1000, Apple's offering might ironically become one of the cheapest flagships, especially when compared to Samsung and Huawei's premium models. Let's take a look at the other aspects that are revealed by the report. The iPhone X launched in 2018 will continue with the 5.8-inch display, while the iPhone X Plus might have a bigger 6.5-Plus screen.

On the back, the 9 has a single-lens camera, and the SIM tray is also noticeably lower than expected on the right side of the phone. The larger iPhone is targeted at the premium business market with dual-SIM functionality which may only be available in certain regions and up to 512GB of storage.

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