The Price Of The 6.1-Inch LCD Model Of The iPhone Has Been Reduced Before The September 12 Launch

The price of the 6.1-inch LCD model of the iPhone has been reduced before the September 12 launch, Apple is ready to present the iPhone 2018 lineup on September 12 at its special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. Rumors suggest that three iPhone models will be launched this year: a successor to the iPhone X with a 5.8-inch OLED model, possibly called iPhone X; a larger 6.5-inch OLED model, the iPhone Xs Plus; and a cheaper 6.1-inch LCD model that could be called iPhone Xc. Now, a new online filtration has appeared and reveals the expected price of the three iPhone variants.

In a meeting of China Mobile in the country of origin of the telecommunications operator, which was first seen on Weibo, the prices of the iPhone called 2018 models were announced. According to a slide, the cheapest iPhone Xc will have an initial price of 5,888 CNY (around 62 100 Rs), X iPhone will sell for 7,388 CNY (around Rs 77,900) and the iPhone could XS More start at 8,388 CNY (approximately 88,400 rupees). This seems a little exaggerated when we consider previous reports that suggested lower prices for the three variants.

Apart from this, a CNBC report also says that a Goldman Sachs analyst says that the cheapest iPhone called iPhone 9 of this report, will actually cost $ 849 (around Rs 61,500) instead of $ 699 around 50,600 rupees. According to this forecast. Goldman Sachs raised its target price of Apple shares to $ 240 (around R $ 17,400) $ 200 (around Rs 14,500) and short-term remained positive.

Slots for dual SIM cards are expected on the iPhone Xc, although the dual SIM model is only limited to China. It is also unclear if the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Plus will also benefit from dual SIM processing. On the other hand, the price that Apple decides to launch in the next models of iPhone will be released in the coming days when the event scheduled on September 10 at 10:00 am Pacific time (2230 IST). Stay tuned for the latest updates

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