Apple Might Debut 3 New iPhones in 2019

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The camera setup will be a change for the iPhone XR successor as the existing model has a single camera on the back.

Several Chinese electronics retailers including Alibaba-backed Suning and have slashed iPhone prices this week, after Apple recently blamed poor sales of the smartphone in the country for a rare revenue warning.

According to the Wall Street Journal's sources, the firm will be implementing a triple camera system on the highest end iPhone - presumably the iPhone XS Max successor. While this particular report does not give specific details about what the third camera can do, expectations and rumors point to it being an ultra-wide angle camera with a field of view similar to what you get with a GoPro.

That is partly because the planned LCD handset has been in the product pipeline for months and the plan can't be altered easily, they said.

Only the day before yesterday, Apple cut down its production estimates for the 2018 iPhone lineup. It just doesn't look Apple to us. The iPhone XS Max is the largest handset Apple has ever launched with a 6.5-inch screen.

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Though Apple won't debut its new 2019 iPhones for another nine months, the company is already well into the development cycle for them.

Regardless, it's a risky move from Apple, as some of its biggest competitors are gearing up to launch 5G devices next year, including Huawei, OnePlus and Samsung, the latter of which is expected to launch a 5G version of the Galaxy S10 in February.

Moreover, seeing that Apple kept all the iPhone prices on his own Chinese portal untouched, these price cuts are most likely due to Chinese retailers deciding that their iPhone stocks need to go.

"Apple has always been a laggard in cellular technology", said Mark Hung, an analyst at Gartner, told Bloomberg.