Apple may introduce 3 new iPhones this year

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Let's dive into the details. "A new iPhone X style device with improved internals, a larger "iPhone X Plus" with a 6.5-inch OLED display and the 6.1-inch LCD model", the report added.

The LCD model is expected to be the best-selling model in the lineup because it'll be the cheapest. Expected to be the lowest priced phone among the trio, Kuo told KGI clients that he expects Apple to sell 100 million units of this model in 2018 alone.

Shah reportedly said that Broadcom is set to see its average wireless chip content per flagship iPhone drop from around $23 in the current models to just $19 in the models that'll launch later this year. With a price in the range of $700 to $800, this device could generate up to $80 billion in revenue alone over the last 6 months of this year.

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Team USA would respond with two goals in a span of two minutes and 31 seconds to take the lead midway through the second period. If you want to watch this one live, you'll need a case of Olympic insomnia, as the game airs at 2:40am on February 13th.

Apple has brought an abrupt halt to some new planned iPhone updates and features as it fears that due to the short deadlines the quality of the product may suffer. The company is also reported to be working to integrate Siri more deeply into the iPhone, with a new search view option, revamped design, and a more user-friendly interface.

Apple is expected to ship up to 100 million units of the rumoured $700-600 Dollars 6.1-inch LCD iPhone pegged to replace the iPhone 8 in late 2018. Or, put another way, with all else equal, gross profit dollars will grow by $100 million. In fact, the rumors that Apple is planning to introduce more sophisticated versions of its Face ID technology in its 2019 iPhone lineup (complete with a smaller cutout in the display to accommodate the 3D sensing components) seem far more credible. That's right - they think these 10 stocks are even better buys. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Apple. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

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