Technology giant Apple might launch a 6.1-inch LCD iPhone with dual-SIM support for around ₹42,000, as per reports. The Cupertino major has already started working on the new iPhones and going by Apple's track record, the company will most likely announce the new iPhones this fall. According to past reports, Apple will be launching two iPhone models with an OLED display, while the third iPhone will come with LCD display. According to KGI Securities analyst, the upcoming 6.1-inch iPhone with LCD display will come with the support for dual SIM configuration. As per Kuo's note, the 6.1-inch iPhone model will be launched in two variants -- one with a standard single SIM setup, while the second model will come with dual SIM support.
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