Although all the phones feature edge-to-edge displays, like the iPhone X, only two of the trio will showcase OLED screens. Referring to 2018 as an “S” year by some of the Apple insiders, that most of the significant changes may affect the internal rather than the out-cover of the iPhones, claims Bloomberg.
This new trio line-up points a marked difference in the strategies of apple, suggested by Bloomberg. Instead of adding users in, they ae apparently working on slowly increasing their average price range and boost their income from focusing on accessories and digital service sales.
According to Tim Bajarin, president of Creative Strategies, (a technology advisory firm in Campbell, California) “It is highly likely they will do three new phones,” he also adds information stating that “They need new models with new features and new price points in order to keep growing the iPhone business,” in an interview with technewsworld.
The main features being :
The lavish 6.5-Inch OLED screen
The lavish trio iPhone models launch supported by Bloomberg will consist of an edge-to-edge, 6.5-inch OLED display (measured diagonally) making it one of the largest sized phones in the market. This high-end model will have design features introduced with a glass back and stainless steel edges, dual cameras on the back of the cover and support viewing of app content parallel on the large display screen.
Technology Upgradation iPhone X
Expected release of an upgrade on the current 5.8-inch iPhone X will also feature improvements in its processor and camera as well.
With the increasing interests of the users on camera performance and quality, this is a crucial step says Charles King, principal analyst at Pund-IT, a technology advisory firm in Haywood, California. He also added in by saying if this can be delivered successfully it will stand a chance of getting in more consumers on board with higher-priced product range but may not stand a big deal in increasing Apple’s market share overall.
Karisma of X Technology
Expanding technology introduced within the iPhone X across the merchandise line may sway tech nerds and esteem shoppers.
Gartner’s Nguyen says “There was a good amount of consumer base inspired and attracted by the X design, but were unable to get it coz of its high price point and with the latest design streaming through the line making itself accessible for everyone considering a replacement of their iPhone model.”
Mostly the pricing range of the OLED iPhones isn’t likely to shove with the 5.8-inch model (likely to sell at US$999) and the 6.5 model will sell for even higher price range. Ross Rubin, principal analyst at Reticle Research, a consumer technology advisory firm adds input stating that most of the phone purchases of today are on instalments and a customer paying a slightly high price for a thousand dollar phone is just a small jump per month but affordable.
Colour palettes are back
With apple experimenting with its colours on the previous iPhone 5c model the similar is likely to happen in the third iPhone model preferably a budget model. With 6.1-inch liquid crystal display, not state of the art OLED and aluminium edges rather than chrome steel, offered in a different colour tends.
As with the first iPhone X, the house button on the new phones is being replaced with a gesture-based system in addition to the new models using Face ID to unlock their phones. The two OLED phones could contain twin SIM slots, this feature can be built easily to make changes between carriers with country hopping.
Following a typical s year cycle, all that jazzy names are given by Apple to the phones and however the final products may appear, chances are good and surely will be a success.