Two of the phones could get Apple Pencil support, according to the report. Who knows? Maybe this time things will be different.More news: Italy bridge collapse: Three more bodies found under the rubble
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As for pricing, TrendForce believes the LCD iPhone will carry a starting price of around $699 to $749 followed by the 5.8-inch OLED model at $899 to $949.
There have been reports about such functionality coming to iPhones dating back to as early as 2016, so there may be merit in the new report, but it should still be taken with a grain of salt. We'll keep you posted until then. The iPhone is said to be similar to the iPhone X but it will have the size of an iPhone 8 Plus. Both of these models will have OLED screen, there have also been videos that show off the new design for these phones, but their authenticity is still in question. Samsung, after, just recently announced its Galaxy Note 9 with a 512GB SKU, which users can double to 1TB if plopping in a capacious memory card into the phone's microSD card slot. TrendForce estimates that Apples sales will be flat compared to this year and reports that the company will alter its pricing strategy to answer the pressure from Android phones in general and from Chinese brands specifically. Whether that involves wireless drawing power from the iPhone, magnetically attaching the Pencil to draw power, or some other method remains to be seen, but the Lightning connector needs to go. The model with the 6.5-inch display is said to be the largest iPhone ever. In particular, for an updated version of the iPhone X buyers will have to pay from 59 000 to 63 000 rubles, or even less than the model released before. The Plus model is also expected to deliver dual-SIM support in certain markets. The two premium OLED iPhones are expected to feature 4GB of RAM.More news: Afghan President announces ceasefire if Taliban agrees, too