Leak may reveal two new colors coming to this year’s iPhone 11R

Alonzo Simpson
May 18, 2019

They'll feature designs that are identical to the current iPhone XS series phones on the front, and the back will be the same apart from the new triple-lens camera array expected on both new iPhones.

Ives attributed the increase to the tariffs on batteries and other components made by Chinese suppliers, and expects Apple's costs could increase further if the USA government take steps to impose fresh 25% tariffs on $325 billion in Chinese goods. On the higher-end models, the three cameras are arranged in a triangle and seated on a square bulge.

The trade dispute between the US and China is yet again in full swing - and stock of beloved tech giant Apple could be one of the first casualties.

Well... we thought of a few features we'd love Apple to introduce with the next iPhone release, and whilst some of them are pie-in-the-sky thinking, others may actually happen... Indeed, "Greater China" - which includes Hong Kong and Taiwan - represents Apple's third-biggest market, after the Americas and Europe. An estimated 5,000 products will be affected, like frozen fruits, vodka, and the iPhone XS, which could see a price increase of US$160.

When Apple said earlier this year that its holiday quarter revenue would be significantly less than it had previously said to expect, it blamed a bad economic climate in China.

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"One of the reasons Apple CEO cited for China improvement was increased consumer confidence due to easing of US-China trade tensions", UBS analyst Timothy Arcuri wrote in a note last week.

Only time will tell what route Apple decides to take.

Shares of Apple (AAPL) rose 1.1% in pre-market trading.

Apple Inc.is set out toward its biggest weekly loss this year as the iPhone maker's profits are viewed as especially vulnerable to a flare-up in the trade war given its reliance on China for production and sales.

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