Apple are releasing three new iPhone this year, all variants of their iPhone X, one will come with a 6.1 inch LCD display and will be the cheapest of the three, the other two will have OLED displays. One of the OLED iPhones will have a 5.8 inch display and the other one a 6.5 inch display.
According to a recent report Apple will start production of this years iPhones earlier then normal in order to stop any bottle necks that they experienced with last years handsets. The news comes in a report from Digitimes who have revealed that trial production of the new iPhones will start in quarter 2.
Apple is hoping that an earlier trial production of this years handsets will help them avoid any issues when it comes to final production of the devices. The company is expected to launch its new iPhones some time in September of October.
Apple could do a staggered roll out of the iPhones like it did with the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X last year, or it could decide to launch all three handsets at the same time. They are expected to come with a number of upgrades over the current devices.
The upgrades will include a new processor, more RAM and updates cameras, the design of the handsets is not expected to change from the current iPhone X.