Apple may be releasing not three but four new iPhones this year.
Forbes reported that Apple will launch a second-generation iPhone X, a bigger screen iPhone X Plus and a relatively cheaper iPhone X in September along with a second generation iPhone SE in June.
The discussion has been ongoing as everyone assumes that Apple will make the iPhone SE2 look like an iPhone X Mini with the same design but just advanced internals.
There is no clear distinction whether the iPhone 7 or 8 will be the source device but the price of the phone is likely to be significantly higher than the current $350.
Cheaper iPhone X
Apple will launch a cheaper iPhone X but it will be a 6-inch device, not a compact 5-inch smartphone as many had predicted. The price will be higher than $550, according to Forbes. With a metal chassis, single rear camera and Face ID, the phone is set to be just like the current iPhone X.
Forbes has also predicted that the price of iPhone X will drop so iPhone X Plus can start at under $1000. Apple will include fast chargers with all models that will save up to $200.