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Full screen iPhones out next year

by on14 November 2017

Apple milks dying cash cow

Fruity tax dodging cargo cult Apple is continuing to keep its dying cash-cow on life support with two screens.

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has told the world he expects to see two new full screen iPhones next year – one will have a 6.5-inch OLED display, essentially making it a Plus version of the iPhone X; and the other will have a 6.1-inch LCD display, likely making it more like a full screen version of the current Plus-sized iPhone.

Kuo writes that Apple is hoping to “satisfy various needs of the high-end market” by expanding its full-screen product line.

At the high end will be the 6.5-inch OLED iPhone; beneath that will be an updated version of the 5.8-inch OLED iPhone X; and finally, the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone will sit below both of them.

Kuo predicts that the 6.1-inch phone will be priced somewhere between $649 to $749 and be set apart by having a lower res screen resolution.

However while we think $749 is too expensive for an iPhone, the Tame Press thinks that the figure is far too cheap. Especially as they just spent $1,200 for the iPhone X. Instead of thinking that Kuo might have got his pricing figures wrong, they believe that Apple is going to become “more competitive” when it comes to pricing.

Others are a little more reasonable and think that Kuo might be right when it comes to the screen, but Apple is unlikely to change its “charge the earth for bugger all” strategy while Apple fanboys still buy their goods.

Last modified on 14 November 2017
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