Apple Is Done With 3D Touch, Says Trusted Analyst

Apple Is Done With 3D Touch, Says Trusted Analyst

Apple Is Done With 3D Touch, Says Trusted Analyst

Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) is set to post its second-quarter earnings on Tuesday and if the analysts are right, the results could be a bit of a bloodbath for iPhone sales. It's possible he got bored with Apple after years of writing analyst reports.

The primary focus on the latest sofware update is to fix an issue where touch input wouldn't work on the iPhone 8 that were serviced with "non-geniune replacement displays". Since then, a series of analysts have slashed their estimates for iPhone shipments.

Shortly after the launch of the iPhone X past year, it was already rumored that Apple was not only preparing one, but three new iPhone 2018 models. Here's how the iPhone X looks in pictures. So if you using iPhone 6 or below models and want to play Augmented Reality games on Your iPhone, this will be a good time to upgrade.

The iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X are less than a year old but it appears that Apple has plans to provide more options for 2018. Notably, this price is more than iPhone 8 Plus by $200 and is more than iPhone 8 by $300. With high launch prices and a handful of proprietary accessories, Apple must not alienate the mass market by becoming too expensive to buy.

Apple has, however, reiterated that consumers should not go to third-party vendors for screen repairs and instead visit Apple for genuine displays. At Friday's close, the shares were down by 10.7 per cent...

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The other two iPhone models the company is expected to release this year include a 5.8-inch OLED display successor to iPhone X and 6.5-inch OLED device that is thought of as "iPhone X Plus".

According to analysts at Barclays (via 9to5Mac), Apple's 2018 iPhone lineup might not ship with 3.5mm to Lightning dongles for standard headphone connectivity.

For most companies, one product facing growth headwinds wouldn't be a concern.

Apple is rumored to be working on its largest iPhone ever and two other phones. Analysts are cutting their sales forecasts, sometimes drastically.

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