Apple is all set to launch its next line of iPhones next month. A total of three iPhones featuring a 6.1-inch LCD display, a 5.8-inch OLED display, and a 6.5-inch OLED display could be launched by Apple in the remaining part of the year, as per various sources. Reports further add that one of these models might even come with dual-SIM support exclusively for China.
Apple has recently achieved the feat of becoming the first firm to touch a market cap of $1 trillion, despite recording lesser-than-expected sales for its recent launch iPhone X.
Reports by Taiwan’s United Daily News suggests that a 6.1-inch LCD display phone with Dual-SIM provisioning might hit the markets by year-end.
In the list of features that were added to iOS 12 developer beta 5, there were references to second SIM status” and a “second SIM tray status”. This new version features a “Dual-SIM device” component, an information that further strengthens the theory about a Dual-SIM launch. It was also reported previously that Apple would include the Dual-SIM card feature in its superior version of its 6.1-inch display, marked at a reasonable price.
Reports having sources within Foxconn has claimed that the iPhone models currently being developed carry four separate “codes”, wherein the fourth code might stand for a dual SIM 6.1-inch iPhone. It is worth noting that the Dual-SIM variant will be launched exclusively for Chinese market. It’s quite probable that Apple’s alleged dual SIM phone will eventually make it to India as well.