"Besides, Apple is expected to launch three new models this year, out of which two will be upgraded and cheaper variants of the iPhone X. There's isn't much information about the third phone available, but it is said to be the largest iPhone ever".
Apple launched its anniversary edition iPhone X previous year and raised many eyebrows for its expensive price tag. Kuo also corroborates dual SIM support for the 6.5-inch model in today's report and says it will not come to the 5.8-inch OLED variant.
Not everyone should expect a dual-SIM iPhone in their country. The single SIM model is expected to be priced between $550 (approx Rs. 36,190) and $650 (approx Rs. 42,770) and the dual-SIM model priced between $650 ( approx Rs 36,190) and $750 (approx Rs. 49,350). That might be true in the USA but not in other markets, like China, Europe, and Southeast Asia, where dual SIM slots are more common.
"[The] 6.1" LCD iPhone may have model that supports DSDS.
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Kuo also predicts that Apple could sell between 100 million and 120 million units of 6.1 inch LCD iPhone between third quarter of 2018 an 2019. That means, there is a high chance that some of these could be the successor to the iPhone SE which hasn't been updated since its launch back in 2016. According to a report by research firm Kantar Worldpanel, Apple lost a good chunk of share in eight major smartphone markets around the globe during the period August-October 2017 as it worked to get its stocks ready for the grand entry of the iPhone X in early November.
The dual-SIM version of this iPhone is going to cost more obviously as Apple will attempt to cash in on the opportunity. And speaking of Apple's expensive flagship, iPhone X profitability puts the rest of the industry to shame.
A filing with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) appears to indicate that there is a series of new iPhones on the horizon. If Apple is indeed planning to launch the iPhone SE 2, it would announce the device via a press release rather than holding a media event.
The iPhone SE right now offers for $349 (64GB) or $449 (128GB) and comes in four colors. Wireless charging might be added though, as well as a faster processor.