Will Apple Discontinue iPhone X in 2018?

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Well, according to the news, the iPhone 10 is getting canceled supposedly is it true? In this article, I wanted to address those rumors. As the amount of information and misinformation online is quite frankly ridiculous about this whole thing.

Apparently, Apple is scrapping the iPhone 10 in its entirety just because of poor sales and poor projected sales going into 2018 so is that true  That, as well as details on the new 6.1 inch iPhone coming later this year.

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Wrap up to the iPhone 10 is getting canceled but what’s true and what’s not behind this rumor. Right now, the rumors are saying that around summer time Apple is gonna cease production of the iPhone 10. And then just hold over the supplies until the new one is coming out around September.

Now, the truth is this all came from an article published by Ming Chico or a report where he detailed what Apple’s plans are with the lineup later this year.

The iPhone 10 the sales of this thing were pretty bad in comparison to other flagships. But that’s because they had two other great phones at a cheaper price and they cannibalize the sales of both the iPhone 8 and 8 plus. And this one all together all at the same time by having so many phones to choose from so Apple’s gonna be learning from their mistakes.

This year and they’re basically gonna remove the iPhone 10. YES, cancel it at the end of its lifecycle which will be in September not now. As some of the articles are saying later this year because there’s just no place or it. I mean a lot of the other iPhone sales are going to be reduced because this one exists.

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I wanted to mention to some of his points because they are so true. This isn’t the first time Apple has done something like this. With the iPhone 5, they only sold it for one year afterward with the iPhone 5s and 5c they replaced the five after one year with the 5c so that happens.

Yes canceling the iPhone 10 sounds bad in the news right now. But it’s something they have to do in order to sell more iPhones this year. And the fact that Apple will only sell 18 million units of the iPhone 10 in quarter 1 2018 isn’t such a big deal. However, they’re also selling the iPhone 8 and 8 plus at its side.

So, YES, historically for an Apple flagship that’s not too good. But they basically have three flagship selling at the same time. They’re still breaking records with all three so the bottom line is it has nothing to do with the sales aspect of it that the iPhone 10 isn’t selling well it’s about the new iPhones coming later this year.

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Simplifying the lineup making it easier for the consumer to choose an iPhone without having an onslaught of new iPhones.

A new report about the 6.1 inch iPhone that’s going to be sold for around 650 to 750 dollars. Coming later this year has surfaced now it’s going to include a new LCD technology called full active LCD. And what it allows for is super slim bezels up to 0.5 millimeters on the edges. And that makes it even thinner than the iPhone 10.

On these sides it could look pretty sleek it’ll have an 18 to 9 aspect ratio. It’ll have 2160 by 1080 resolution display. Now the one interesting thing is I don’t know if it’s because Apple will include it or just because the technology is not capable of it. But the 6.1 inch iPhone coming later this year will not have 3D touch in the display. That may be because Apple wants to further differentiate a lineup and make a clear middle tier and top the smartphone category.

There are a couple other details the frame will be made of aluminum instead of stainless steel. There will only be a single camera on the rear instead of the two that are on the + and iPhone 10. So we don’t have any concepts of that right now. But we will be working on it.

I’ll bring it to you guys in the future. That all for today.

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