2017 iPhones are already a few months old. So, expect to see a lot of leaks and rumors online about future successors.
With this, this first comes from Mac Otakara, which is the same site that revealed that Apple was going to remove the headphone jack from the iPhone 7. It goes without saying that this site has some credibility to his credit
Mac Otakara was able to get his hands on the dummy units of the three upcoming 2018 iPhones.
As you can see, it seems that the entire line-up will now adopt the "no-bezel" design of the l? iPhone X. But unfortunately, they will still have the notorious infamous top notch
And now that we really have smartphones without bezel like the OPPO Find X and Vivo NEX S, it looks like it's not the same. Apple is now left behind in the design game – something that they've been known for years.  Returning, Mac Okatara shows three dummy units. There is the standard iPhone at 5.8 inches – which should be the real successor of the iPhone X.
There is also a 6.4-inch model, which we suspect to be the Plus model. Both models will ship with an OLED panel, just like the previous model
On the other hand, there is the iPhone 6.1 inch sitting on the far left – which is said to be the model of the budget. Since it will be cheaper, the device could have an LCD screen that can also be the reason why it has relatively thicker glasses than the other two.
One of the main reasons that Apple has finally chosen to use an OLED screen for the iPhone X is because of its physical flexibility. These panels are foldable, which allows Apple to have the display controllers and connected to be placed around the actual screen. But with the LCD, the connectors will be left on the bottom of the actual panel, therefore, the chin thicker chinrests.
On the rise, the budget iPhone will be one of the cheapest smartphones that Apple has ever made. In fact, we expect the entire range to be more reasonable than their predecessors.
Based on the previous report, the iPhone budget iPhone X 2nd generation and the The price of the iPhone X Plus will be 600 USD (32,100 PHP), 800 USD (42,800 PHP) and 900 USD (48,100 PHP), respectively. In comparison, the current iPhone X has a starting price of USD999, which has an official price in the Philippines of Php64,990 .
Sources: Mac Otakara, Forbes