Apple Reportedly Ditching iPhone X, Replacing It With 3 New Models
Apple launched the iPhone X back in November, and since then, sales have been alright. The tech giant reportedly overestimated the 2018 sales.
By Cody Briana on March 1, 2018
Apple launched the iPhone X back in November, and since then, sales have been alright. The tech giant reportedly overestimated the 2018 sales. Costumers felt paying $1,000 for Face ID, a better camera and a screen only slightly bigger than the iPhone 8 Plus wasn’t worth it.
Esquire reports instead of trying to boost sales with more marketing or lower prices, Apple is reportedly doing away with the X altogether! Bloomberg says they’ll introduce 3 new iPhones later in the fall.
The 1st will be an iPhone X Plus. Basically, the X with a larger screen. It’ll be the biggest phone they’ve made. The next will be slightly bigger than the X and, likely, with better features. The 3rd is the cheapest version with a regular LCD screen.
• An “iPhone X Plus” model with a 6.5-inch OLED screen
• A second-gen iPhone X with a 5.8-inch OLED screen
• A cheaper version of iPhone X with a 6.1-inch LCD screen
If the rumors are true, what do you think? Would you consider an X?
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