To make more people use the iPhones, Apple has decided to launch giant hi-end new iPhones but at a lower price. Apple had previously tried to bring much cheaper iPhones like iPhone 5C into the global market, which came with a plastic body. But soon, the users discovered that by paying $100 more, they could get an iPhone 5S which comes with the Apple trademark aluminum edges, which led the company to discard the iPhone 5C. Last year, Apple launched its latest creation, iPhone X, priced at a really, very high price, so it did not reach the expected selling amount, which was predicted to be somewhere near 80.2 million units. Although, the much-hyped phone could finally sold only 77.3 million iPhones worldwide in the last quarter of 2017.
The new lower-priced iPhone, whose code name is D33, is rumored to have a screen close to 6.5-inch, the largest among the mainstream smartphones. It will be of the same size as the iPhone 8 Plus and an inch larger screen like in the edge-to-edge design used in iPhone X. Just like the iPhone X, the new smartphone will have a Face ID Scanner used for unlocking the phone and purchasing stuff from the Apple App store.
A new upgraded operating system will be available for the new phone, which is expected to be iOS 12, and its code name is Peace. It will come in the classic stainless steel edges and is expected to come in gold color. Apple fan has a different feeling about the gold color, which the Cupertino-based company wants to take advantage of by selling more units in Asia. Some prototype for this phone includes a screen resolution of 1242 x 2688 which should be as sharp as the iPhone X, and the company expected to use LCD screen technologies, aluminum edges, and a glass back to keep the cost down. The new iPhone is expected to launch at the end of the fall of this year.