Apple's 10-day rally is its longest in more than 8 years

Apple's 10-day rally is its longest in more than 8 years

Apple's 10-day rally is its longest in more than 8 years

This phone is about half an inch larger than the iPhone SE and significantly smaller than the iPhone XS and XR, which means that we might be seeing the second series of the excellent iPhone SE.

Japanese site, Macotakara, which has a good track record with Apple rumours, has claimed reliable Chinese supply chain sources have said there will be two new iPhone models this year with an 6.1-inch OLED display and an 6.5-inch OLED display.

As for the next-generation iPhone XS Max, the report claims that this will retain the 6.5-inch display size.

Although previous rumors suggested that Apple would release iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max successors with the same design and chassis, news from this reputable source now suggests that Apple could introduce new models with 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch OLED displays. The second model, which features a 6.5-inch display, will be 0.40mm thicker than the iPhone XS Max, but, similarly, the camera bump will see an 0.25mm reduction. The lenses would also be getting larger due to bigger sensors in the next iPhones. The body of this new iPhone would be 0.15mm thicker than the iPhone XS which is 7.7mm thick.

If this rules out to be true, Apple will have five phones in its 2019 lineup.

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While it's all but certain that Apple's 2019 line-up of iPhones will stick with the Lightning Cable over USB-C, not much else is known about the upcoming smartphones.

In addition, Apple is expected to finally bundle an 18W fast-charging adapter in the box. It's also claimed that the two new OLED iPhones will feature reverse wireless charging similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S10+ and Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

The new camera system will be accompanied by bidirectional wireless charging, the report adds.

In January, Apple revealed that during the last quarter of 2018 it had experienced a year-over-year decline in revenue, the first time that had happened since before the original iPhone launch.

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