It has been months since Apple launched the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to the public. This year’s iPhones did not come with design changes, instead introducing tons of new features and daring changes ranging from the removal of the standard 3.5 mm headphone jack to the new Jet Black color option. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus could be the first step for a special iPhone in 2017 when Apple celebrates 10 years of iPhone.
There have been a lot of rumors floating around about the 2017 iPhones. According to the latest report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is best known for his accurate forecasts when it comes to Apple products, Apple will launch three iPhone models in 2017 and Apple will encounter the never-seen-before demand for new iPhones in 2017, with handsets beating the sales record set by the 2014 iPhone 6, which saw 13 million units sold in three day.
According to Kuo, iPhone shipments may be anywhere between 120-150 million units of the new 2017 iPhones. As mentioned above, Apple may launch three iPhone models next year. The premium model will sport a curved OLED display, glass chassis and wireless charging that targets high-end customers. Besides, there will be two standard flat display 4.7 and 5.5 -inch iPhone 8 models. The 4.7 inch variant will not come with OLED display, but it will be equipped with glass chassis that’s similar to the body that was used in the iPhone 4 and wireless charging, making it a hit in the market in 2017.
Besides, Apple is believed to remove the iPhone SE from the iPhone lineup following the disappointing sales results. Instead, the next iPhone SE might be the 4.7 inch iPhone 8 in 2017, which might come with a lower price than the other two variants.
2017 will be a big year for Apple, as the Company celebrates 10 years of iPhone. Customers are expecting something special from Apple next year following the launch of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with almost nothing done to change the external design.
Don’t mist: 2017 iPhone and what to expect from it
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