At long last, Apple is planning a dual-SIM iPhone

Delia Watkins
March 2, 2018

The iPhone X aside, Apple's recent phones have been closely aligned with 2014's design language.

Apple launched the 10th anniversary iPhone X at its September event a year ago, billing it as the 'future of the smartphone'. Regardless, this fall we'll likely see three iPhones that all feature the edge-to-edge design that made the iPhone X so striking when it debuted. According to the same Bloomberg story, the Cupertino-based company also has two other phones in the works that will drop before the end of 2018. Like the iPhone X, it'll use OLED screen technology and offer Face ID. And if everything we've heard so far about Apple's upcoming new 2018 iPhone lineup is true, we're going to get our wish this coming September. But with Apple still struggling in China, it needs to sell the sizzles while keeping the price below $1,000.

Apple is reportedly testing an OLED display resolution of 2688 x 1242 for the so-called iPhone X Plus.

The company is expected to launch three phones in autumn this year, with the giant model appearing alongside an upgraded iPhone X and a cheaper model.

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Aside from a dual-SIM, the sources also said there could be a gold option, being perceived as a popular offering in Asia, for the updated iPhone X, and for the larger iPhone X Plus.

Apple will release a trio of iPhones later this year led by what will be the company's largest handset yet according to a recent report from Bloomberg. Still, Apple may ultimately decide not to proceed with the color. A dual-SIM system would thus cut short this waiting and make customers in Asian countries like India happy.

"It's good that they're rounding out the product line" with a less expensive phone, Munster says. Apple previously congregated all the OLED panels from Samsung but later chose to incorporate all the display panels from LG in all the future versions of Apple smartphones. A gold color option is also planned for both phones, having been left out of the iPhone X due to production issues. Consumers quickly discovered that for a mere $100 more they could buy a 5s, which had an aluminum body, a slow-motion video camera and a fingerprint scanner.

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