Apple’s 2019 iPhone lineup might look a lot like its 2018 lineup

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Apple’s 2019 iPhone lineup might look a lot like its 2018 lineup

If you were holding out hope that next year's iPhone lineup might differ drastically from the models introduced this year, you might end up being disappointed. In a note to investors on Monday morning, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo included a chart that seems to suggest Apple will stick with the same three sizes in 2019.

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