iPhone Xc Concept Reveals What the iPhone Could Look Like if It Came in More Colors and Less Premium Build
iPhone X, with its edge-to-edge glass design coupled with a glass and aluminum build, might certainly be worth your $999, but it only comes in two color and storage flavors. Now, this might be disappointing, but we have something that will definitely put a smile on your face. A new iPhone Xc concept highlights what the iPhone X might have looked like if Apple used less expensive materials and introduced more color models.
iPhone Xc Concept Provides a Foreshadowing That We Might Bear Witness to a Cheaper Edge-to-Edge Glass iPhone for 2018
There is no denying the fact that iPhone X could look much better if it was introduced in more colors but your imagination can now run wild with this iPhone Xc concept. Featuring the same edge-to-edge glass design, the iPhone Xc might feature cheaper materials, making it feel like an upgraded iPhone 5c, but it also features a dual-camera that features the same orientation as that of the iPhone X.
However, while you continue to drool at these images, the iPhone Xc concept might also highlight one very important announcement that could take place in 2018. Apple has been rumored to release a total of three iPhone models in 2018 and get this; none of them will feature a bezeled design like the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
In short, the 2016 lineup might be the only iPhone family to feature bezels now. Apple has been rumored to be working on an LCD model that will sport a 6.1-inch display but the same design as the iPhone X. It could also feature Face ID and TrueDepth camera to give it more capabilities.
Fortunately, you will not have to splurge too much cash on the upcoming model because rumor has it that it will cost between $649 and $699.
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