Apple took a big leap in 2017 with the iPhone X. Although the company initially faced trouble with production, it managed to get things sorted within a few months. However, the demand for the iPhone X didn’t take off. It’s not clear if this was due to the presence of the cheaper iPhone 8 or lack of supply, but numbers tell us that the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus did well than the iPhone X in the U.S.
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Right now, the iPhone lineup boasts a dual camera setup on some of its models, that being the top-of-the-line option for folks who want to fork over the extra cash.
A supply-chain rumor claims that Apple will be switching to USB-C ports on its 2019 iPhone lineup. The report from DigiTimes is based on “sources at analog IC vendors” which essentially means its tough to verify the claims made in the report.
With this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference ready to start just one week away, most of the attention is being paid to what’s right around the corner. Most, anyway.