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Apple planning to launch three new iPhones in 2019

iPhone 11 Max rumored to have a triple-lens camera WSJ: iPhone 11 will have triple camera, XR successor will have dual - GSMArena.com news
Ginger Lawrence | 11 January, 2019, 20:27

The Cupertino, Calif. -based company has chose to stick to liquid-crystal display (LCD) at a time when sluggish sales of iPhone XR cut into its most recent revenue projection, the report said, citing people familiar with the matter.

The US company plans to release a large iPhone with a triple rear camera and two smaller iPhones with double rear cameras later this year, it was reported. That's sure to be the iPhone 11 Max, or whatever Apple's biggest 2019 phone launches as. The other two iPhone models will be the direct successors to the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max phones, revealed a report.

Its XR-inspired model will probably stick with the LED screen from its current range, whilst the others will use OLED screens. This means the 2019 flagship iPhones will be differentiated in more than size, unlike the 2019 iPhone XS series, which featured the exact same camera systems on both the regular and Max model.

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A move to OLED on all its handsets could also make sense in the long run, since it's largely considered to be the better technology. And even though Apple is already struggling to sell the lower-priced LCD-display equipped iPhone XR, this year will once again see a budget model kitted out with an LCD display being released.

"What we want from Apple is something that makes us emotional, even unconsciously-say, truly attractive and sophisticated design that we can't resist", said Atsushi Osanai, a professor at Waseda University in Tokyo who is an expert in electronics. The company's 2019 lineup of iPhones will be identical to last year's, with some key changes to the OLED devices. They also tend to feature on higher-end Android smartphones, something Apple may be reacting to as sales fall in China and India as consumers prefer their own homegrown, full-featured Android smartphones.