Apple Watchers Are Already Looking Toward the Next Next iPhones

Irving Hamilton
January 13, 2019

Such widespread price cuts are not uncommon around shopping festivals like Single's Day in November, but these cuts stand out as they affect Apple's latest XS and XR models that were released only months ago, said Mo Jia, a Canalys analyst who tracks China's smartphone industry.

As the new year kicks off, we already have rumors swirling about the next round of iPhones to come from Apple.

The 5.8-inch "iPhone 11" meanwhile, isnot expected to receive these "compelling camera changes,"and will supposedly retain some iteration of the dual-lens camera now used on iPhone XS and XS Max". The latter will effectively replace the iPhone XR.

Apple has a big year ahead of itself. But nonetheless, a new report from the Wall Street Journal suggests Apple has three new iPhones coming out this year, one with three rear cameras, another lower-cost one like the iPhone XR and. something else. Other retailers have begun to sell devices for even cheaper.

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Last week, Apple issued its first revenue warning in almost 12 years, citing poor Chinese demand, sending its shares down 10 per cent, their biggest intra-day fall in six years.

While Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, attributed the company's poor performance in the fourth quarter of 2018 to the potential tension between China and the US, analysts have said that the trade war and the decline of the Chinese economy had minimal impact on the sales of iPhone.

Blevins said that talking with Samsung, whose Galaxy and Note devices compete against the iPhone, is "not an ideal environment" for Apple, but that Samsung is now the largest component supplier to Apple. Apple usually unveils new handsets around September and considering 2019 just started, there's going to be a ton of rumours before the new iPhones are public.

According to WSJ, Apple may also remove 3D Touch from its entire iPhone lineup in 2019. Given the recent decline in iPhone sales, that means it might be until 2020 when we really see what lessons (if any) Apple has taken from recent events.

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