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These leaked renders of the 2019 iPhone 11r or iPhone XIR are attempting to predict what the phone will look like and its features.
One 2018 iPhone could be simply called the iPhone, with no numbers or additional letters, while the iPhone X's OLED sequels are expected to carry iPhone X and X Plus branding.
There are almost certainly three 2018 iPhones in the pipeline, but the LCD model may not be the most affordable of the bunch after all. Instead, Apple could reduce the 5.8-inch OLED BOM.
A report claims that the company may purchase up to 130 million OLED displays for two premium iPhone models coming out this fall.
Apple's next-gen 2018 iPhone trio is strongly rumored to include an OLED 6.5-incher, a new OLED 5.8-incher, and an LCD model with an unspecified size, all three of which should be "full screen" affairs.
If supply chain intelligence is verified, it would be the first time ever that Qualcomm would be denied a provisional job for an iPhone.
This year's new iPhones are coming whether you've bought last year's iPhones or not. And the rumored actions surrounding them are trickling into our intelligence banks.
KGI Securities speculates that Apple will maintain $999 as the "value price" for a brand as prestigious as the iPhone X. This year's model will not get a discount and will disappear from view.
The OLED iPhone display supply chain is about to get really crowded and competitive, with Sharp and JDI likely to throw their hats in the Samsung-dominated ring soon enough.
The entire next generation of iPhones is widely expected to support Face ID recognition, and Apple has no problem spending large sums of money to help out key supply partners.
Samsung may not mind the current and future popularity of 2017 and 2018 iPhone X versions, raking in the OLED screen production cash.
But it's not going to be as big as you think it will be, just as the iPhone X isn't as big as its 5.8-inch display makes it out to be...
It's unclear if we should expect one, two or three iPhone X sequels in 2018, but no matter the number, the rear cameras will likely stay largely the same.