Call a coincidence or something else you want, but it's probably a little strange that both of the world's two two smartphone companies were in the same troublesome position last year. Samsung and Apple, the two best smartphone manufacturers in the world for profits and revenue, misled each other's smartphone market in 2018. Instead of continuing to push the envelope and introduce exciting new designs or features to their flagship phones, they launched new phones that looked just like their predecessors and has no new marking features whatsoever. At the same exact time, they had the honor of making these boring new phones their most expensive phones ever, further pushing consumers to look elsewhere or just keep upgrading.
When Samsung is concerned, the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 + and Galaxy Note 9 were each a spat of the company's 201
Apple has a number of new products that were already expected to be released in the first half of 2019. Some of them are very eagerly anticipated, such as the new Apple AirPods with a wireless charging capability and the release of the AirPower triplet mat Apple Apple first appeared all over in 2017. New iPads are also expected to be released in the coming months, but it is still unclear when any of these devices will be made available for sale. Apple is rumored to have a launch event scheduled for late March, but reports claim it will focus on new services and there will be no new hardware on the screen.
As it turns out, Apple fans may not even have to wait so long for the first new products in 2019 to hit store shelves. A new report from Chinese media shared by Weibo (via iPhoneHacks ) cites sources in Apple's supply chain by claiming that Apple will solve new versions of iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. According to the report, both flagship iPhone models will finally be made available in Apple's famous deep red hue.
Apple has been known to launch PRODUCT (RED) versions of its iPhones once after its first launch, so it wouldn't come as much of a surprise to see red models join Space Gray, Silver and Gold in Apple's range . Part of the proceeds from Apple's product (RED) devices sell support programs that benefit people with HIV / AIDS. There is already a PRODUCT (RED) version of the iPhone XR that was made available on Day 1, which makes sense because color choices are among the few things that set Apple's XR model apart.
The report out of China does not provide a specific release date for the new red iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max release, although it claims that the phones will hit store shelves by the end of this month. It also says that the phones will not carry PRODUCT (RED) branding in China, and will instead be called "China Red" in the region. This is the first thing we hear about new red iPhone models, but it is obvious that the requirements of this report have not been closely confirmed.