Bloomberg Assumes The 6.1-Inch LCD iPhone Will Be Called iPhone Xr With Limited Supplies Initially

Surely everyone is very much looking forward to this week's Apple Event. We already know that this year's high-end iPhones will be called iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max, but 6.1-inch iPhone details are not clear, especially in naming  Today, Bloomberg published a report confirming that the LCD iPhone will be called the iPhone Xr.

At the same time, Bloomberg says that the iPhone Xr will be seriously out of stock at the beginning of the launch date. The 6.1-inch iPhone Xr has encountered production problems, an issue connecting the backlight module to the LCD screen and causing tight supply, in which the lower-cost device ships in limited quantities initially

The 6.1-inch iPhone Xr will have a bezel-less design similar to the iPhone X, and come with a notch. However, the iPhone Xr will feature an aluminum rather than stainless steel edges. It will support Face ID and iPhone X-style gestures. Configuration wise, it will be featured with the A12 processor, 3GB of RAM, as well as a single-lens rear camera system.

The naming has been a huge problem for us, some says the LCD iPhone to be called iPhone 9, some says iPhone XC, and others believed the name is iPhone Xr. Fortunately, couple days until Apple to announce the new generation of iPhones, we will know the name by that time. As for the price, we expect it will cost somewhere between $699-849.


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