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Apple iPhone Will Launch The Three New Series of iPhone 

New leaks reveal Apple is again prepared to demand $1,000 for its new Apple iPhones. And now we know the reason why… iPhone X 2018 concept showing a reduced notch, This time the still Apple iPhone looks like this types:

Apple iPhone 8 – 64GB ($699), 256GB ($849)

iPhone 8 Plus – 64GB ($799), 256GB ($949)

iPhone X – 64GB ($999), 256GB ($1,149)

When Apple releases its new series of iPhones 2018, there is no iPhone 9 or iPhone 9 Plus and pro. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

Apple Will Launch The Three New Series of iPhone X-Inspired Models Like:


Apple iPhone X SE (new model) – $799

iPhone SE Second generation  – $899

iPhone X Plus (new model) – $999

Yes, entry-level pricing for these new Apple  iPhones will increase $100 with the iPhone SE Second Generation (also dubbed the ‘aka iPhone SE second generation’ by some – an LCD-based, single camera version of the iPhone X), And the second generation of iPhone X will decrease by $100 to make room for a larger and top of the range 6.5-inch ‘iPhone X Plus’ that remains just under $1,000.

iPhone X SE concept

Needless to say, these are entry-level prices for each model so expect to pay $150 more for top-tier storage (likely still 256GB with ios 11). Elsewhere the Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will receive price cuts, but the original iPhone X will be withdrawn from sale prematurely so it doesn’t clash with sales of the iPhone X SE.

Sound crazy? Actually, the EDN is just adding substance to thoughts of two prominent analysts whose research previously argued it would be unsustainable for Apple to increase apple iPhone prices yet again. Both suggested identical pricing tiers.

All of which means Apple is prepared to roll the dice again on $1,000 apple iPhones. But this time it will promise customers – quite literally – more for their money

iPhone SE Second Generation (aka iPhone SE Second Generation) concept


We know this because Apple’s six-month confidentiality clause with the FCC just expired. Given Apple’s passion for secrecy, it is seemingly unthinkable that the company would go ahead with a belated launch after the variant was already revealed to the world.

We will never know why Apple pulled out of this launch. But it seems safe to say production issues (which hit the iPhone X hard prior to launch) probably played a factor, while Apple was unlikely to take a risks with any durability issues after complaints with the Jet Black editions of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

In fact, I’m willing to bet quite heavily on the latter as Apple failed to release this gold edition even after production constraints were lifted while the Apple iPhone X was also left out of the (PRODUCT)RED Apple iPhone 8 and Apple iPhone 8 Plus refreshes last week. Given the iPhone SE Second Generation is unique in using a stainless steel frame (other iPhones use aluminum), that looks like the culprit.

Apple’s FCC filed gold Apple iPhone X, publicly revealed after non-disclosure agreement expired

Then again, this all plays into the wider narrative that the Apple iPhone X will be canceled in September. Unlike previous iPhone models, it is understood Apple has no desire to sell the Apple iPhone X at a reduced price after launching its new models because it will clash with an all-new iPhone SE Second Generation at this lower price point.

The Three Apple iPhone X-inspired new models coming soon.

SOURCE BY:  FORBES

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