Apple is preparing two new high-end iPhones with premium features and will launch them in addition to the reworked versions of the current iPhone lineup.
That’s the word from sources close to Apple’s Asian supply chain, speaking with Japanese website Macotakara.
They say the pair of new iPhones will come with triple-lens cameras and cutting-edge OLED screen technology. One will be clocked at 6.1 inches, the other at 6.5 inches.
It’s the same size as the existing iPhone XR and iPhone XS Max. These devices will receive internal specification improvements but will remain the same on the outside, insiders say. The iPhone XS will also get an internal redesign.
So far, rumors have circulated that Apple is bringing triple-lens camera technology to the updated 2019 versions of the iPhone XS Max and possibly the iPhone XS, also dubbed the iPhone 11. .
However, this latest report suggests that Apple is looking to diversify its lineup, possibly trying to cater for a different price range. Such a strategy could work, especially following revelations that last year’s iPhones did not sell in large numbers, allegedly due to the high cost of the free SIM card.
This would, however, be unusual and at this point should be treated with caution. Apple is not expected to launch its new iPhone line until September.
Official clues will likely come out following Apple’s Global Developer Conference (WWDC), which begins with a presentation on June 3. While Apple will only reveal plans for iOS 13, the source code may offer a chance to find out exactly how many new iPhones it is planning to release in the fall.
Apple has started to focus on new services, such as its Apple TV + platform and Apple News Premium offering, as it seeks to make more money from software and become less dependent on consumers updating their iPhones. semi-regularly.