Apple Watchers Are Already Looking Toward the Next Next iPhones

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But in a recent interview with CNBC, Apple CEO Tim Cook disagrees with the idea that the iPhone XR has been a flop. The deal required customers to trade in an iPhone 7 Plus, a high-end handset from two years earlier. The iPhone XR, which is believed to have been the least popular of the three, will be updated with a model that comes with the same LCD display and similar design, according to the report. The Cupertino-based company is said to be bringing new camera features to the upcoming iPhone models, including a possible triple camera setup in the iPhone XS Max successor.

The prestigious newspaper Wall Street Journal has informed today that this year we will see three new iPhone models, including two with OLED screen and one with LCD screen.

It has barely been three months since Apple introduced three new iPhones- the iPhone XR, the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max- that reports of company's 2019 iPhone models has already started buzzing on the internet.

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There will also be replacements for the existing iPhone XS and, even though it hasn't sold as well as hoped, the LCD screen touting iPhone XR.

But Apple lags behind its rivals in the number of rear cameras.

iPhone sales haven't been stellar lately, with people replacing their own batteries instead of upgrading and knocking billions off Apple's profit projections in the process.

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Apple oracle Ming Chi-Kuo is the latest to offer up some premature predictions about what we can expect from the devices.

As per the report, Apple is also planning to shift its display technology to OLED for the 2019 iPhone family of devices.

Customers gather as they take part in a class to learn how to use their iPhones at an Apple Store on January 7, 2019 in Beijing, China.

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That's sure to be the iPhone 11 Max, or whatever Apple's biggest 2019 phone launches as. And with iPhone sales declining, you can be sure there will be a bunch of ridiculous rumours to build up hype for the next iPhones.

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