According to KGI Securities (spotted by 9to5 Mac), we can expect two OLED iPhones in the form of an iPhone X successor and an iPhone X Plus. It’s believed that the new iPhone X will maintain the 5.8-inch screen size, while the plus model will offer a mammoth 6.5-inch screen size.
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But Apple is also expected to offer a 6.1-inch LCD model, using a similar design to the iPhone X. This variant is expected to have a price tag “in the $650-750 range”, 9to5 Mac reports. At the moment, Apple offers two LCD-equipped iPhones (iPhone 8 and 8 Plus), while the iPhone X is the only OLED-equipped model.
KGI Securities also suggested that the iPhone X won’t be made anymore as production of the 2018 models increases in volume. This is noteworthy as Apple’s strategy is to usually sell older flagships at a reduced price.
The reason for the mooted first-gen iPhone X production halt? Disappointing sales, according to KGI, claiming that the device is expected to miss sales forecasts.