Apple Inc. is mulling plans to release three new iPhones this fall, The Wall Street Journal reported Jan. 11, citing sources with knowledge of the matter.
The tech giant is expected to unveil new features such as a triple rear camera for the highest-end model and a double rear camera for the two other models, the people said.
The new lineup will include a newer version of the iPhone XR, which features a liquid-crystal display. Sources said Apple plans to drop the LCD model for 2020 in a move that could see the tech giant opting for organic light-emitting diode displays for iPhones.
According to a recent report, Apple told its suppliers to reduce production of new iPhones for the January-March quarter by about 10%, trimming its manufacturing plans for the second time in two months. The request was reportedly sent out a week before the company revealed Jan. 2 that it will miss revenue forecasts at the end of 2018.