IPhone 11 will have triple camera, XR successor will have dual

IPhone 11 will have triple camera, XR successor will have dual

IPhone 11 will have triple camera, XR successor will have dual

The high-end 2019 iPhone will reportedly feature three rear-facing cameras, we're told, while the other phones will have two rear shooters. This year, though, the company will continue betting big on iPhone with three new handsets. However, US prices do not include sales tax. In total, six retailers have instituted dramatic price cuts in order to spur iPhones sales according to the news organization. And if Apple doesn't want a repeat of last year's iPhone XR, they probably might want to build some exciting features for the cheaper iPhone.

The new devices will be expected by shareholders to reverse the disappointing sales that led Apple to cut its sales outlook for the first time in nearly two decades on lower-than-anticipated demand in China and elsewhere. The company started off with the news of its revenue shortfall, likely caused by the disappointing sales of the iPhone XR.

Local retailer Suning cut the price for the 128GB iPhone XR from 6,999 yuan ($1,036) to 5,799 yuan ($858), according to CNBC, which represents a discount of 1,200 yuan ($178). We are also unsure what this new device will be called - iPhone XRS? iPhone XR 2? iPhone 11R?

It is worth to mention that a week after the shock created by the announcement of a downward adjustment of its revenue forecast for the last quarter of 2018, we learn that Apple has made a decision to reduce by 10% the production of the new iPhones. "Or, Apple might be under pressure to clean out its stock of iPhones".

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CEO Tim Cook used a TV interview earlier this week to try to reassure investors-and, surely, consumers-that there is "a culture of innovation in Apple".

It may seem surprising that Apple still plans to launch an LCD panel-toting "budget" smartphone, despite the fact that the company recently cut its revenue outlook for the latest quarter.

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