Apple iPhone SE 2 cancelled; but there’s a new ‘budget’ iPhone surprise

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First off is the direct successor to the iPhone X. According to previous reports, the 5.8-inch OLED-equipped handset is largely expected to be pretty similar to the 2017 Apple flagship.

If the iPhone XI Plus is indeed Apple's top-selling iPhone for 2018, that may also help explain a recent report, claiming that Apple is planning to ditch its proposed 4-inch iPhone SE 2. However, this model is supposed to the iPhone X for masses and will be relatively more affordable.

Apple is betting that its biggest upcoming iPhone might just prove to be the most popular.

The larger iPhone X Plus which has been rumoured plenty already, appears to have a 6.4-inch OLED display, rather than the 6.5-inch screen that leaks have pointed towards. It is also 0.35 mm thicker and, as such, shouldn't fit in current iPhone 8 Plus cases.

Things China Was Going to Buy More of to Get Tariffs Instead
If one complains, China can lock it out of the market and do business with a more compliant competitor. After all, companies from the advanced economies of the U.S., Europe and Japan share the same gripes.

One of the features that can be predicted is that the notch on the display screen will definitely be retained in the new iterations and that the top of the line phone can be a 6.5inch display iPhone beating all expectations.

This comes despite rumours suggesting Apple will offer a triple lens camera on at least one of its new iPhone X models in 2018. The accessories maker have now claimed that new "sources" have reportedly confirmed that instead of the smaller iPhone SE 2, Apple could launch the largest iPhone ever.

Lastly, Mac Otakara went hands-on with the rumored 6.1-inch LCD iPhone.

Do you think the 6.1-inch model will come with an OLED or an LCD display? Earlier rumours had hinted at a smaller, more budget friendly, iPhone would be heading to the market.

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