Apple is looking to launch three iPhones later this year, claims a Bloomberg report. Apple will reportedly unveil its largest iPhone ever, an upgrade to the iPhone X and a cheaper, more affordable model.
The strategy seems to be in line with what Apple has been doing in the last few years with a regular iPhone and the Plus variant but the biggest takeaway from the report is that their large iPhone will feature a 6.5-inch display and will be as big as iPhone 8 Plus. The screen will be edge-to-edge, similar to the iPhone X and will feature Face ID to unlock the device and Apple Pay.
The iPhone X upgrade will see an incremental update in terms of bumped up specs with improved performance, camera and battery life.
To cater to the lower-end of the spectrum, Apple is also said to bring a more affordable iPhone model with iPhone X-like features like edge-to-edge display, Face ID but with an LCD display.
Apple is also looking into a dual-SIM variant for the European and Asian markets as well as gold variant.