Apple has been rumored to be selling its iPhone 8, 9, and 10 models in China.
The company reportedly has made plans to do so, but its not clear if it will sell the iPhone models in-house or whether it will offer them as an alternative to third-party sellers.
The move would not be the first time Apple has sold iPhones in China, which has seen a rise in demand for the iPhone and other Apple devices over the last few years.
Apple did sell a number of iPhones in Taiwan in late 2016, for example, but Apple was not able to fulfill orders for the iPhones in those markets.
The iPhone 8 and 9 were the first iPhone models to be released in Taiwan.
The latest rumor suggests Apple may sell the new iPhone in a number a more than one-to-one fashion with its existing stores in the country.
While the exact pricing for the new iPhones in the hands of consumers will be announced soon, some analysts believe the price could be significantly lower than the current iPhone prices in China and the United States.
The iPhone 8 will go on sale on July 28 in China for 649 yuan ($847), the company said on Monday.
The new iPhone will feature a new design and a new color, with a 4.7-inch display and a 128GB capacity, according to a report by Chinese news site Macotakara.
Apple will also introduce the new iOS 9 operating system, the Macotaku reported.
Apple previously announced the iPhone 8 would go on sales in China in June, but the company did not provide details about how many handsets would be sold.
In the meantime, it seems that Apple’s plans to sell iPhones in-person in China are coming to an end.
The latest rumor suggested Apple is planning to sell the iPhones for a higher price than the previous iPhone prices.
However, the price of the iPhone in China has remained low compared to other countries.
The Macotaki report said Apple would charge between 3,500 and 5,000 yuan ($4,000 and $5,200) for a new iPhone, while the Macetakara report said the iPhone price would be between 3 and 5 times higher.