Apple plans to launch three new iPhone models this year

iPhone 11 Max rumored to have a triple-lens camera

iPhone 11 Max rumored to have a triple-lens camera

And if Apple doesn't want a repeat of last year's iPhone XR, they probably might want to build some exciting features for the cheaper iPhone. That's sure to be the iPhone 11 Max, or whatever Apple's biggest 2019 phone launches as.

Despite reports that there's some trouble in Apple's iPhone division, the tech giant is planning three new handsets this year, according to a new report. And the word on the street is that the Cupertino, California based company is planning to launch three new iPhone models this year. This means the 2019 flagship iPhones will be differentiated in more than size, unlike the 2019 iPhone XS series, which featured the exact same camera systems on both the regular and Max model. The price cuts likely came from distributors of Apple products, which Canalys estimates sells a quarter of all iPhones in China.

Apple has reportedly chose to stick with the LCD display on the XR until it brings out a new line in 2020, forsaking the OLED screens it reserves for its higher-end models.

Looking ahead to 2020, Apple apparently might ditch LCD altogether.

Apple will include a high-end model in its line-up that features three cameras on its back, up from the current two, in addition to a pair of less expensive alternatives, the newspaper said. Currently, the iPhone XR is the only model that doesn't have 3D Touch and instead has Haptic Touch, a feature that uses long-display presses and haptic feedback to evoke new actions.

The Journal does not reveal much else, but we have already seen leaksters show an early concept image of what a triple-camera iPhone could look like.

Apple is suffering from a maturing smartphone market and the impact of the U.S. The company started off with the news of its revenue shortfall, likely caused by the disappointing sales of the iPhone XR.

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