Apple To Launch Two 6.1-Inch IPhones Later This Year With Price As Low As $550

Posted: Apr 19 2018, 5:31am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
Apple to Launch Two 6.1-Inch iPhones Later This Year with Price as Low as $550
  • Apple to Come Out with Two 6.1 Inch iPhones that Sell for Approximately $550 Each

According to a report by KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple could offer two 6.1-inch LCD iPhone models in 2018. The starting price of one model could be as low as $550 while the other version of rumored 6.1-inch LCD iPhone could come with DSDS (dual-SIM dual standby) technology.

The 6.1 inch iPhone from Apple still lies in the future. It will, however, be available in two models which will both be very economical.

One of these models will carry a SIM while the other one will carry dual SIM dual standby functions. In other words, it will have two physical SIM card slots but it will have no eSIM support.

The price of the dual SIM iPhone could range from $650 to $750. As for the single SIM one, it could be from $550 to $650.

The exact prices for a pair of OLED iPhones that will come out in the future were not mentioned in the report that came out recently. They will, however, be more costly than the ones previously mentioned.

The two 6.1 inch iPhones will create more price segments that will increase shipments. Market shares in China and the rest of the world could also go up. The dual SIM dual standby functionality will feature in at least three iPhones which will come out this year.

Apple is to employ Intel’s XMM 7560 and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X20 modems. These will lend quicker speeds to the smartphones. As for the DSDS, it will support LTE+LTE connections.

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