2018 iPhone rumors: OLED models to have improvements on Speed and Camera, LCD iPhone delays to October release

Bloomberg has published the latest report on the 2018 iPhones, in which confirms some of the rumors in regarding 2018 iPhone models, they confirm that there will be three new iPhones to be released this fall: a second-generation of iPhone model with design unchanged but will be powered by A12 chip, a cheaper 6.1-inch LCD iPhone model, and a larger 6.5-inch OLED iPhone model.

Though the report says two OLED will have improvements on speed and camera, however, no specific data was given, but most recent rumors suggest that new iPhones would come in 4GB of RAM and much faster A12 processor. Bloomberg claims that the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone will have a variety of color choices for customers to choose from.

Nevertheless, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says in his latest research report that iPhones released this year will not include Apple Pencil support, and the 6.1-inch models to be released in October rather than next month, it’s not clear why Apple would delay it.

Furthermore, both 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch iPhone will include Dual-SIM feature, whereas the 5.8-inch model, will support the eSIM feature, like the Apple Watch Series 3. However, it’s worth to note here that the 6.1-inch iPhone would be adopting a lower-resolution screen.

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