Apple will release three new iPhones this year, The Wall Street Journal reports. The phones are likely to be similar to this year's lineup, with a lower-cost model with an LCD screen and two more expensive models featuring OLED screens. The big difference is that Apple could add a second lens to the back camera on the iPhone XR successor and a third camera lens on the iPhone XS Max sequels.
Apple has locked down its product planning for the 2019 lineup of iPhones, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Turns out, 2019's iPhones will be pretty similar to the current lineup, except for one difference: They'll have more cameras on the back.
Apple typically launches new iPhones in September. Here are the iPhones The Wall Street Journal expects Apple to release this year: