Apple iPhone is one of the most desired phones on the market. Apple has been improving its iPhone models since the day one to make it smarter and better. Last year, the Cupertino company announced three new iPhone models, including iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X to celebrate the 10th birthday of iPhone.
iPhone X marks the biggest design change Apple has ever made on an iPhone. Apple took the best design hints from other top-tier devices on the market, ranging from a curved OLED display to an all-glass design. iPhone X was the best-selling phone on the market in the first three months of the year, with millions of units sold.
Apple has its long-time tradition of launching new iPhone models at its September event. This means that we are now three months away from the unveiling event. Rumors regarding Apple’s next iPhone models have been circulating around for months. Tech experts say that Apple will unveil three iPhone models this year, including a 6.1-inch device.
Sources say that the upcoming 6.1-inch device will target mostly mid-range segment, which would mean that the device will lack some premium features. One such feature is OLED display panel. Rumors say that the 6.1-inch device will stick with an LCD display this year. Apple’s move will aim to achieve a lower price on the market.
Some recent reports say that the 6.1-inch device will feature a top-notch, just like the iPhone X. Tech experts claim that the launch of iPhone X boosts the adoption of top-notch among other Android smartphone brands this year.
The 6.1 inch iPhone model is expected to make its debut at Apple’s annual September event. However, it seems that things have changed. According to sources, the 6.1 inch iPhone release date will be pushed back to November this year. The reason behind this delay lies in display issues.
If this is the case, this is not the first time we are seeing Apple delay the release date of an iPhone. Last year, the Cupertino company launched the iPhone X in November due to supply issues.
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