Apple iPhone XR Is Still $94 Cheaper In US After Chinese Discounts

Apple iPhone XR Is Still $94 Cheaper In US After Chinese Discounts

By then, the OLED supply-chain would have likely matured enough that Apple's requirements will be fulfilled. The iPhone XR is Apple's budget model and comes with an LCD screen and thicker bezels around its screen. But in a recent interview with CNBC, Apple CEO Tim Cook disagrees with the idea that the iPhone XR has been a flop.

The firm's most expensive handset, the XS Max, will feature a triple rear camera and the lower-priced models will be equipped with a double rear camera, sources told the paper.

In addition, it would help Apple differentiate its iPhone XS and XS Max successors.

While Apple reportedly plans new cameras as the standout features of its 2019 smartphones, the company may also remove features to cut costs.

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Apple usually unveils new handsets around September and considering 2019 just started, there's going to be a ton of rumours before the new iPhones are public.

Regardless, it's a risky move from Apple, as some of its biggest competitors are gearing up to launch 5G devices next year, including Huawei, OnePlus and Samsung, the latter of which is expected to launch a 5G version of the Galaxy S10 in February. The image above shows the iPhone 11 leak we saw a few days ago, featuring that strange-looking rear camera module.

Last month, Bloomberg reported that the company was-and still is-facing a "fire drill" to boost sales from shareholders, which prompted Apple to aggressively release its discounted iPhone XR model in October, which runs about $300 less its regular model. Cook, in a letter to the investors, announced that Apple was cutting the quarterly revenue for the final fiscal quarter for 2018. It'll reportedly sell the 64GB iPhone 8 for 3,899 yuan ($578/£450/AU$800), compared to the 5,099 yuan ($756/£590AU$1,045) Apple price.

People "familiar with Apple's plans" suggested that the delay could be related to the company's feud with Qualcomm, noting that its new BFF Intel won't have chips available in time to support 2019 phones.

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