"Apple expects 45 million preorders of the 6.5" OLED iPhone

Report: Lower-Priced LCD iPhone Model To Dominate 2018 Sales For Apple

Or probably there will be just the iPhone X, with three variants launching in 2018.

Apple is expected to launch three new iPhones this year, with two of them featuring an OLED display and the third model featuring a 6.1-inch LCD panel. Instead the company is, according to a report in Forbes based on Olixar information, will launch three variants of the iPhone X. These will be the iPhone X, which will use a 5.8-inch screen similar to the one that is in the existing iPhone X. Then there will be the iPhone X with 6.1-inch screen.

Apples predictions on the LCD sales were actually higher, but the company chose to hold back shipments of the panels due to complications in manufacturing the panel and due to expectations of high interest towards the flagship. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted that Apple could unveil a dual-SIM version of the device.

If the iPhone XI Plus is indeed Apple's top-selling iPhone for 2018, that may also help explain a recent report, claiming that Apple is planning to ditch its proposed 4-inch iPhone SE 2. The high number of orders for the display panels indicates that Apple expects the iPhone X Plus to be the most popular in its lineup beating the cheaper 6.1-inch LCD iPhone and the 5.8-inch iPhone X. We all know the benefits of the OLED technology over traditional LCD panels but iPhone X was the first iPhone model to make that jump. Finally, a 6.0-inch LCD iPhone mockup is shown that measures 150.91 mm high, 75.72 mm wide and 8.47 mm thick. So for all those getting excited about a small budgeted iPhone with a notch design and easy one-handed operation - best you don't hold your breath for this one.

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