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All the Features the Expected iPhone 9 Budget Phone Is Missing

[2018-08-10 04:00:00]

Apple is set to release three new iPhones, one of which is expected to try and offer impressive value at a lower price point than its flagship. This 6.1-inch iPhone has got fans excited, as rumors suggest it will pack face recognition and a giant display into a respectably-sized phone, with some expecting a price of just $699. The yet unnamed iPhone is has been generally referred to as the iPhone 9.However, the appearance of a lower-price point doesn’t necessarily mean you should skip over Apple’s other two devices. The company is planning a more premium offering with an $899 5.8-inch device and a $999 6.5-inch iPhone, which is expected to expand on last year’s iPhone X in a big way. While all three may look fairly similar, there’s some key differences that could sway a buyer’s decision.... All the Features the Expected iPhone 9 Budget Phone Is Missing

All the Features the Expected iPhone 9 Budget Phone Is Missing


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