Apple could launch an affordable iPhone X this year: KGI Securities

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According to the schematics, it could introduce the bezel-less design with a notch on top. Well, the trend won't stop here.

Apple iPhones generally attract a lot of attention and the 2018 variants are already gaining a lot of traction. Let's get straight to it. Apple is supposed to follow a similar setup, however, Apple can also go with some new triple camera setup feature.

If you ask consumers which of the expected three new Apple iPhone models they are looking forward to seeing in September, most will say that the new "Plus" handset is the one that piques their interest.

The design renders suggest that the iPhone X Plus will have a huge 6.5-inch display and is said to measure 157.2 x 77.1mm, which is a slightly smaller dimension compared to the iPhone 8 Plus. The report highlights some features of the upcoming flagship iPhone X Plus, which could sport a 6.5-inch display, according to the leaks and reports we have seen so far.

Ming-Chi Kuo said in a recent research note that pricing for Apple's upcoming iPhones could start at $600. This is now in debate across the media, with many stating that the third slot is simply for the flash, however this contrasts previous schematics where the flash is distinctly smaller than the lenses themselves. The schematics show a single rear camera. This isn't the case here.

United States tech giant Apple's upcoming smartphones 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus and budget 6.1-inch iPhone's technical designs, size and aspects have been leaked by Forbes contributor Gordon Kelly in collaboration with case-maker Ghostek.

iPhone SE 2 - Renders of what new budget iPhone could look like Mon, March 26, 2018 The iPhone SE 2 is rumoured to be launching in 2018.

According to the Forbes report, the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone could feature first-generation Face ID support, while sporting a larger notch than the iPhone X Plus.

Apple may soon come with two new iPhones with radical designs.

Apple is also expected to ditch 3D Touch in the budget iPhone X to help make those savings.

Starting with the iPhone XI Plus, it apparently has a 6.5-inch screen, which is in line with previous rumors. So these diagrams can be considered a fairly accurate representation of what the actual 2018 iPhones would look like, barring some minor changes.