Apple plans to present a 6.5 "iPhone at a reasonable price - NewCydiaTweaks


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Monday, February 26, 2018

Apple plans to present a 6.5 "iPhone at a reasonable price

Something already sounded is that Apple will surprise us in September with the presentation of three new devices. One of them would be bigger than the current iPhone X, the second one will be an improved version of what we currently have on the table and finally a more affordable iPhone accessible to all audiences.

Will we see a 6.5-inch iPhone at a logical price?

This would respond to the sales that were presented in Q1 2018. Some sales that although were good disappointed the investors, since they sold 77.3 million units, less than the same period last year. It is obvious that Apple has reflected to improve sales, and one of the reasons would be the excessive price of the iPhone X that would have pushed back many users.
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In the launches that we will see in the month of September we would find a device with a 6.5-inch screen as affirmed today by Marc Gurman on Bloomberg. To give us an idea, it will be equal in size to the iPhone 8 Plus but obviously with the whole front as a screen.
This iPhone would already have the code name D33 , which would have a resolution of 1242 × 2688, as a source close to the design of this terminal has been able to affirm. This model would include Face ID and OLED screen. The second generation of the current iPhone X seems to be codenamed D32 that would include the A12 processor.
This new iPhone will have a more sensible price, something that we will appreciate all users, since paying so much money for a device has meant that even if they have greater benefits end up selling fewer devices. In addition, the devices could have a dual Sim although it is something not decided yet in Apple, being able to wait for the integration of the E-Sim.
We must wait to see if these rumors end fulfilled or not, because there are still many months ahead until we see this Keynote so expected from Apple.

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