5 ways the iPhone X could be better
With about seven months to go until Apple unveils its new 2018 iPhone lineup, it seems like we shouldn't be talking about the company's iPhone X successors right now. And yet because the company has so much trouble keeping its suppliers from leaking information to insiders like KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, we already know plenty about the company's plans for its next-generation iPhones.
According to Kuo, Apple plans to release not two but three new iPhone models this coming September. One will be a proper sequel to the current 5.8-inch OLED iPhone X, and the second will reportedly be a larger Plus version with a 6.5-inch OLED screen. Then there will supposedly be a third new iPhone model that features a 6.1-inch LCD display with lower resolution, and it'll apparently cost less that Apple's OLED iPhones.
We've heard a great deal about the new hardware Apple is said to prepping for 2018, but we haven't yet heard very much about the new features and improvements Apple is planning for its new 2018 iPhone lineup. With that in mind, let's take a look at five key areas where the iPhone X currently falls short, in the hopes that Apple intends to address these problems with its new iPhone models in 2018.
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