Apple could launch the first dual-SIM iPhone in the second half of this year, a model for buyers with less permissive budget, but additionally charged for the presence of this device
The information circulated Ming-Chi Kuo, KGI Securities analyst specialist, is now rumored to have the plans to be different from expectations. According to him, Apple will eventually offer dual SIM variants for two of the iPhone's ready-made launch models this year. However, dual SIM functionality will not be included at no additional cost, as is the case with most Android phones
The first one would be a 6.1 "LCD iPhone, offered at $ 650- $ 750 for the dual SIM version, $ 550- $ 650 for the single SIM.
Among the beneficiaries would be the 6.5-inch OLED screen, while the 5.8 "OLED screen is expected without dual SIM option, Apple using this feature to highlight the premium range of the first
Less popular in the United States, Dual SIM functionality is highly appreciated in Latin America, Europe and the Asian region, and the company's decision to use it to promote low cost devices is easy to anticipate. The price swing up to $ 100 above the base level is just as predictable, but it remains to be seen how many buyers will be willing to bear the extra cost to benefit from an already common feature on smartphone products