Apple’s iPhone 2019 series will bring no major upgrade

WSJ reveals 2019 iPhone lineup details

But nonetheless, a new report from the Wall Street Journal suggests Apple has three new iPhones coming out this year, one with three rear cameras, another lower-cost one like the iPhone XR and. something else.

Unfortunately, there's still no word on whether Apple will be lowering their iPhone prices this year-which would probably help boost sales more than camera improvements would.

Finally, the name of the new iPhone is still a mystery, because after the iPhone Xs, Apple could choose to continue with the Roman numeration (iPhone XI), return to the numbers (iPhone 11) or completely change its name.

As per the report, Apple is also planning to shift its display technology to OLED for the 2019 iPhone family of devices.

The report doesn't specify if both the regular and larger iPhone 11 (that's a non-final name) will have triple cameras or if that setup will be reserved for the iPhone 11 Max.

Apple has a big year ahead of itself. But in a recent interview with CNBC, Apple CEO Tim Cook disagrees with the idea that the iPhone XR has been a flop.

The discounting, as steep as $118 (92.50 pounds) for the recently launched 64GB iPhone XR, is the latest sign that Apple's weak holiday sales in China may have extended to the current quarter. This means the company's complete 2019 lineup would likely make use of the iPhone XR's Haptic Touch feature instead.

If Apple does go down this route, it wouldn't be the first smartphone manufacturer to do so. Apple (aapl) is also considering adding a triple-lens camera system to one of the 2019 models in a bid to compete with Samsung and others that are readying similar camera systems, the Journal's sources said.

According to the publication, Apple has been developing a new LCD iPhone for several months and a switch would likely prove too costly.

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