There is a lot about iPhone we have heard which we also called as rumors about Apple’s upcoming slate of iPhones by now to pretty much know the score. Reportedly Apple is launching its three model with three sizes which would be ranging from 5.8 inches which are the current size of the iPhone X all the way up to 6.5 inches. But the most interesting intriguing model is the one that fits in the model having 6.1-inch LCD model. The 5.8 inch and 6.5 inches have always been the scuttlebutt that the iphoneXI models will be OLED, and the 6.1 inch iPhone will be LCD which is retaining a lower-priced option.
The wall street journal has claimed a new report that Apple’s expects that single model to account for more than half of all iPhone sales during the next cycle which means that it plans to move more than 100 million of them, based on current sales figures, yes that’s a huge number and it was also based on the journal’s sources which were switched from the original OLED-heavy plan but its hardly a surprise, it was based on current sales figures. Now what about it, it had a significant number and based on the journal’s sources, it has a switch from the original OLED massive fan, but it can also be called a surprise. The people go on what they hear now Apple’s new LCD phone is shaping up to be a monster hit, even if it’s outnumbered 2:1 by Apple’s OLED phones. Here are three reasons why everyone will want one:
Does iPhone has a perfect size?
The iPhone X has the 5.8 inches then technically has a bigger screen than the 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus, there’s more usable space on the smaller phone, due to the iPhone X’s different ratio and notch. It is noticeable in this we’re only talking a few millimeters in width here especially for anyone who has been using a Plus phone for the past few years. Apple’s have claimed that the screen to 6.1 inches, Apple will be closing the gap and when we have used more than my share of 6-plus-inch Android phones, and 6.1 inches is pretty close to a sweet spot. A 6.1 inch iPhone will at once feel more significant than the iPhone X and the iPhone 8 Plus without being too big from holdability to usability, it has the 6.5-inch model will be a monster reserved for the most demanding of iPhone users.
It will look like the iPhone X
We can share the benefits of OLED over LCD until my face shifts blue, but it’s not going to matter to most users. Now the thing arrises of its attractivity aren’t the great quality of its screen, iPhone X has its quality just because of its design. Doesn’t matter how you feel about the notch, there is no denying the appeal of the iPhone X’s “all-screen” design, curved corners, and symmetrical bezels, this design has made the iPhone 8 with its home button, and giant forehead seem even more outdated than it is.
Putting the entire line on ever footing, the notch and all and iPhone X design, the new 6.1-inch iPhone is rumored to adopt even with an LCD screen. By investigate I promise that multiple numbers of iPhone plus users held off on buying a new phone this year with this very hope: that Apple would expand the iPhone X design to the other models next year. As you know that LCD screens aren’t as flexible as OLEDs that is why this requires some real engineering on Apple’s part, but a problem comes that if Apple can pull off an LCD iPhone that has the same design as the iPhone X, lots of people will want one.
Price? Cheaper than 8 and X
The apple’s analyst named as While Tim Cook likes to remind that the iPhone X has been Apple’s best-selling iPhone every week since it launched that doesn’t mean Apple is selling more OLED phones than LCD ones. To figure it out you don’t need any rocket science because Apple doesn’t break out iPhone sales by model, also at an average selling price of $728 apple sole some 50 million iPhones last quarter, this means that the majority of people are asking for the cheaper LCD models. It will be a huge seller only if the new 6.1-inch iPhone cost $300 less than the iPhone X; the considerable seller could be just because of the price. If we come to the stats, the iPhone X starts at $999 which means it is 25 percent more expensive than the iPhone 8 Plus. Yes, the new model will reportedly price between $600 and $700, meaning will be cheaper than the iPhone 8.