Apple may be in for huge sales success with the new iPhone 2018 models. Since surveys and other sources are certain of their potential
These year's iPhone model lineup may surpass the record sales that were established back in 2014 with the iPhone 6, or that's what supply chains think
New high-quality video comparison of the iPhone 2018 models that help us see the main design differences between what’s coming and last year’s iPhone X
It's expected to replace the design that's been on the iPhone 8, 7 and others before with an iPhone X-like approach, but with some compromise.
This year's new iPhones may feature electronic SIMs and that may have carriers like AT&T and Verizon worried, especially as they're being investigated.
The affordable 6.1-inch iPhone may launch with four or five colors at launch while the most premium 6.5-inch version may go for the gold.
It's as fast as the rumors have envisioned and their shape looks just as rounded, too. And for many iPhone owners, charging isn't the best as it can be.
A mysterious 2018 iPhone X sequel has been benchmarked under the "iPhone11,2" codename, packing a new ARM-based hexa-core processor and 4GB RAM.
They're a little bit red-looking and don't have displays, but the ideas are shown affirm what has been rumored over the past few months.
Whatever this phone is, a prominent Chinese tech leaker is talking a bit esoteric about the future and what smartphones can be.
That gargantuan 6.5-inch iPhone X (Plus) expected out this fall may not be physically larger than last year's 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus, while the next-gen 5.8-incher is expected to "use the same body" as the original X.
Triple-camera smartphones could soon become a thing, as the Huawei Mate 20 is expected to follow the P20 Pro's suit, with Apple likely to join the club in the fall of 2019 as well.
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.
Intel may not be able to supply all required baseband chips for dual SIM-supporting 2018 iPhones, with Qualcomm also in the mix.
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.