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Apple to Limit Availability of New 6.1-inch iPhone Called iPhone Xr

11 September 2018, 06:31 | Jodi Jackson

Apple to Limit Availability of New 6.1-inch iPhone Called iPhone Xr

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The slide also lists the Chinese prices for the phones, which 9to5Mac extrapolates to $699 for the iPhone XC, $900 for the iPhone XS, and $1000 for the iPhone XS Plus. The Plus version of the iPhone X will be named iPhone XS Plus. All of the new iPhones will include the iPhone X's new design, along with Face ID for unlocking the device. The cheapest model's name got switched to iPhone Xc, then it got swapped with iPhone Xr.

This week is a big one for fans of Apple smartphones, as the company will announce iPhones on Wednesday.

While the LCD model will come with a 6.1-inch display, the OLED models are said to come with 5.8 and 6.5-inch displays.

The unveiling will take place on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park premises in Cupertino.

Reports say that Apple will call its iPhone X followup the "iPhone XS", with the larger 2018 iPhone model being called the the "iPhone XS Max" instead of using the standard "iPhone".


As usual, rumours on Apple's new iPhones started approximately 10 minutes after the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X were launched a year ago.

Although Apple still refuses to release sales figures for the Apple Watch, it's no secret that the device has become incredibly popular in recent years. The iPhone XS will start around £973 and the iPhone XS Plus around £1,105. The LCD model is reportedly called iPhone XC, whereas, the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED models are reportedly called iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus respectively.

Apple Watch Customers are seen under a picture of new Apple Watch Series 3 after it goes on sale at the Apple Store in Tokyo's Omotesando shopping district, Japan, September 2017. Apple may be tempted to delay availability of the LCD version to gauge demand for the more expensive largest new iPhone, Goldman's Hall said.

Expected to lead the iPhone rollout is a low-priced version of the iPhone X, referred by some as "iPhone Xr", which could super-charge unit shipments. But the successor to the iPhone X is unlikely to be a true "cheap iPhone" as the one mentioned above.



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