You know a product is nearing its launch date when your feed is full of leaked information on it. These days, it’s all about the upcoming iPhones.
In one of the most recent reports, dummy units of 2018 Apple iPhone models have surfaced in a video. It’s claimed that the trio of iDevices that the Cupertino-based company’s announcing in September will be called the Apple iPhone XS Plus, iPhone XS, and iPhone — yes, simply “iPhone.”
The iPhone XS Plus is the biggest of them all, boasting an OLED screen sized 6.5 inches. It should be the most expensive as well; OLED displays aren’t exactly cheap yet.
The iPhone XS is said to be a 5.8-incher that is not much different from the current iPhone X.
The iPhone, on the other hand, features a 6.1-inch screen. Because the panel is of the LCD variety, this handset should be the cheapest of the three. Now, we won’t be surprised if it is indeed known only as the iPhone. Apple’s new entry-level tablet is simply called “iPad,” for one.
All of the 2018 iPhones will reportedly have 7nm-based A12 processors inside, but only one — the iPhone — will sport a single camera on the back. The other two will each get two rear cameras, not three like on the Huawei P20 Pro as previously rumored. Watch the video below.
First look at the 2018 Apple iPhones?
How will this report pan out? Will it turn out to be right on the money? Let us know what you think.
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