Apple iPhone has changed so much since its initial release. iPhone lineup is getting bigger and smarter every year as Apple has been trying to keep up with the latest design trend out there. Last year, Apple debuted the iPhone X with a slew of design changes like a new curved OLED display, a glass body, and no home button.
This year, Apple retains what we have loved about the iPhone X while increasing the screen size. The iPhone XS Max is the biggest iPhone ever released to the market with a 6.5 inch OLED display, while the XS features the same dimensions as the X. The XS and XS Max are expected to make a gigantic hit, but it seems that things don’t go according to plan. There have been reports of slow sales performance for the XS and XS Max, while the XR has seen a steady growth since release.
Apple is expected to make a significant design change in 2019 iPhone lineup. However, reports claim that the 2019 iPhone lineup won’t see any major design change at launch, which is a little disappointing. This goes against what we heard in previous rumors that Apple has been working on a new design language for its 2019 iPhones.
According to sources, Apple will focus on under-the-hood improvements instead of adopting a new design. It seems that the iPhone lineup will follow the same pattern as the MacBook series out there. Tech experts say that Apple needs to do something special to boost its iPhone sales. Reports say that iPhone sales are slowing down on the market, which forces Apple to cut production orders for all three iPhone models.
Sources claim that the iPhone X remains one of the most popular iPhones on the market. Apple is planning to resume production of the X to meet the huge demand for the phone. However, 2019 iPhone lineup will still feature something innovative like an in-display fingerprint scanner or new AR features. Besides, all 2019 iPhones will feature USB-C ports and OLED displays. This year, Apple removed lightning ports from its iPad Pro in favor of USB-C ports. It seems that Apple will do the same thing next year.
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