Apple Stock News: 3D Sensing To Be Standard In All IPhones Next Year

Apple Stock News

One week after the launching of the iPhone X, people are already speculating about next year’s iPhones. According to KGI Securities analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, who has had fairly reliable predictions on Apple over the last few years, Apple will release three new models in 2018.

                                                       (Source: KGI Securities)

His expectations are that Apple will release two high-end phones. One is the second-generation of the iPhone X with the same size as the original of 5.8-inches. The other phone, “iPhone X Plus”, will have a significantly larger 6.5-inch display. These models will both come out with OLED displays.

It is also expected that Apple will launch a middle and low-end iPhone model. The 6.1-inch model with a lower resolution LCD display would probably cost around $650-750.

All three iPhones will probably feature a full-screen design, instead of a fingerprint sensor, and TrueDepth Camera (3-D sensing) as the original iPhone X. Kuo also expects no delays in 2018 launches, since Apple’s supply chain will already be well experienced with the iPhone X production by next year.

For the latest Apple Stock News, AAPL closed at $173.97 per share on November 13th, 2017. It generated losses of 0.4% from its previous close on November 10th, 2017, when it closed at $174.67 per share.

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