Kuo thinks the iPhone with two 6.1-inch SIM cards could cost between $ 650 and $ 750, while a single-SIM model could be cheaper between $ 550 and $ 650. The potential prices for the two OLED iPhones that Apple plans to introduce in 2018 were not mentied in today 's note, but these two devices should be significantly more expensive.
The 6.1 "LCD iPhone can have a model that supports DSDS If the iPhone 6.1" LCD comes with DSDS and SIM models, we think it's This will have two advantages: (1) more price segments will be created, significantly increasing shipments via the simple SIM model at low prices. For example, if the DSDS model sells for US $ 650-750, the single-SIM model can sell for US $ 550- $ 650; and (2) the DSDS model will help increase market share in China and in the commercial markets.
Kuo mentied the dual SIM dual standby feature in previous notes, where he said that at least e of the three new iPhones planned for 2018 would offer the feature. In this note, Kuo states that both 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch devices will support DSDS, while the 5.8-inch iPhone will not. Kuo also said that Apple will use Intel's XMM 7560 and Qualcomm's Snapdrag X20 modems for faster LTE speeds, and that DSDS devices will support LTE + LTE cnectis to enable two cards. SIM to be active simultaneously using a chipset. A dual SIM functi would allow people to switch carriers when they travel by allowing Kuo and think that it would be very popular in China.
Apple intends to introduce three iPhones in 2018, the 6.1-inch LCD model described here, a 5.8-inch OLED model positied as a kind of iPhone X's secd generati, and a 6.5-inch OLED model that can be …