New Delhi: Apple is expected to launch three new iPhones this year – one iPhone X successor with an OLED display, one 6.5-inch most premium variant with OLED display, and another 6.1-inch LCD variant.
A fresh report looks to put all speculations to rest, and states that the three variants will be called iPhone XS, iPhone 9, and iPhone XS Plus respectively. Furthermore, hands-on videos of the three devices have also been leaked online giving us a clean look at the design of the three devices.
It claims that the least expensive variant will just be called iPhone 9. It will sport an LCD display, a glass back, and a single camera setup at the back.
The 5.8-inch iPhone XS will sport will sport an OLED display, a glass back, and a dual camera setup. Lastly, the most premium 6.5-inch iPhone XS Plus will also sport an OLED display, a dual camera setup at the back, and support wireless charging as well.
First Stores in India will come in top cities
- A new report by Bloomberg Quint claims that Apple will be setting up official stores in India next year and that New Delhi, Bengaluru, and Mumbai will be the first three cities to get the said official retails stores from Apple.
- “Apple hopes to start opening stores in India next year and eventually set up three in New Delhi, Bengaluru (formerly known as Bangalore), and Mumbai.
- The report also says that as part of its sales strategy revamp in India, Apple will be focussing on year-round deals and improving the Apple Maps experience in the country.
- Apple is in talks with retailers and banks to offer holiday deals all year round, according to people familiar with the plans,” says the report.