iPhone X Plus May Come in 2018
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Apple Might Launch iPhone 8 With Face ID Recognition And A iPhone X Plus In 2018

The iPhone 8 might get iPhone X’s features including Face ID technology

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Apple, the most valuable company in the world may be busy with shipping it iPhone X but it doesn't split from what is known for, being a future planner. According to a report from  Ming-Chi Kuo who works as an analyst for KGI securities revealed that the company has already started working on next year's iPhones. According to the report, Apple is planning to launch few more iPhones next year. The upcoming iPhone lineup in 2018 may include iPhone X Plus, report states.

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All the iPhone expected to have an edge-to-edge display with a notch and other features of the latest phones. Kuo also wrote that the successor of the iPhone X will incorporate the 5.6-inch display with a density of 458 pixels per inch similar to the iPhone X the company is selling now. Whereas the iPhone X Plus is expected to come with a 6.1 inch of an OLED display having a density of 480-500 pixels per inch. With the plan of iPhone X Plus, the company is thinking to give next-gen iPhone X ( not a bad name) to the Apple fans in future.

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According to KGI Securities report, Apple is also working to release an iPhone 8 successor in 2018. The catch is that the company is planning to bring some of the features of iPhone X to the iPhone 8. The new device could have the display of 6.1 inch which is slightly more than the display of iPhone X. The cost of the new device is expected to fall between $649 to $749 with an LCD display having a low resolution of 320 to 330 pixels per inch. Here comes the best part, according to Kuo, the company can borrow iPhone X’s Face ID technology to integrate into iPhone 8 in 2018. However, there is no guarantee of the report being accurate, we have to wait until the company announces by itself.

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