Apple is required to turn out with new iPhones X this September, however a famous leaker says he has ruined a portion of the surprise by publishing digital drawings of the supposed low-budget iPhone. A notable leaker, known as OnLeaks, has distributed PC created renders of what he says is one of the new models: a lower-cost iPhone X-style device with a screen that covers the whole device aside from an indent at the best.
Former KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has written about this device. He predicted it could cost as little as $550, which could entice buyers who found the $999 iPhone X to be too expensive. It’s a critical device for Apple – Kuo predicted it could account for as many of 75% of the iPhones sold after September, given its low price. Apple could save money by using an LCD screen instead of the nicer OLED screen on the iPhone X.
In the renders shared by OnLeaks, the device has a notch – presumably for facial recognition – along with a 6.1-inch display, a glass back, and a single camera lens, as opposed to the two-lens camera on the iPhone X. Apple is also expected to release a phone with the iPhone X design but faster components, as well as a super-sized iPhone X.