Two new videos examine every inch of Apple’s unreleased 2018 iPhone designs
We’re just one day away from Samsung’s big Galaxy Note 9 unveiling, which can only mean one thing… just about everyone’s attention has already turned to September, which is when Apple will announce its 2018 iPhone lineup! Calm down, people. That was a joke. Of course Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 9 is a big deal, but it would be difficult to argue that Apple’s next-generation iPhones aren’t a much bigger deal. Apple’s iPhone lineup is the best-selling smartphone line each and every year, and the company’s upcoming new iPhones could actually come close to the record Apple set back in the holiday quarter of 2016, when pent-up demand for iPhones with larger displays sent consumers running to Apple stores in droves to buy the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
What’s so special about this year’s new iPhones? For the first time, Apple is going to announce three new iPhone models at the same time. One will be an updated version of the iPhone X, with a 5.8-inch OLED screen, a big specs bump, and a price tag that’s $100 less than the current iPhone X. Then Apple will release a new larger “iPhone X Plus” starting at $999 with the same specs and a 6.5-inch OLED screen. Finally, a new mid-range model with nearly the same design and a 6.1-inch LCD screen will be released at a much lower price point, possibly in the $600 range. Want to see how all these new iPhone models will compare? Thanks to two new videos, you can.