The one 2018 iPhone that we do not have schematics to show you is the iPhone X sequel, which will feature a 5.8-inch OLED display. Apple is expected to unveil its three new iPhones this fall. Both these iPhones will be ultra-premium variants with top-notch features. While not pictured, the flash is expected to be on the right side of the three cameras.
Now, a brand new leak appears to show us schematics for the 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch iPhones, complete with design details and sizes.
As per the report, the "budget" smartphone which may simply be called iPhone X will be a 6.1-inch phone.
However, in order to keep the prices low on the iPhone LCD model, it is said that the frame will make use of aluminium rather than steel and by using LCD panels instead of OLED panels, the tech giant could save $50.
Especially, the Previous year Apple placed orders for the production of almost 100 million iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X units.
As for the budget iPhone X, the schematics reveal a dual camera arrangement on a handset measuring 147.12 x 71.52 mm (5.79 x 2,81 inches).
Apple's triple lens setup is now unknown, but it would make sense to copy Huawei's approach of a monochrome camera aiding the primary and telephoto modules. The schematics also suggest that the low-budget iPhone will have a single rear camera. And why not, considering that the iPhone X was reportedly the best selling smartphone in the first quarter of 2018 after helping Apple post its best Q4 quarter in the history of the company. The budget model is also said to sport a near bezel-less display like the iPhone X, although we're not sure how Apple will manage to make that happen with an LCD iPhone that's supposed to cost less.
The 2018 iPhone launch is only a few months away now, and needless to say, there isn't much room for drastic design changes now.