2018 iPhone Lineup - What to Expect before Sept 12!

by Lawrence Cooper September 6, 2018, 13:08
2018 iPhone Lineup - What to Expect before Sept 12!

Apple is likely to unveil its long-rumored series of new iPhones and if those rumors turn out to be true, we are looking at the introduction of three new models.

To be a little more specific, Apple is said to be planning two iPhone X follow ups. Last Thursday, 9to5Mac brought us what could be our first look at that Apple Watch Series 4, complete with a notably larger display.

Pricing for the iPhone XS is still unconfirmed, reports have suggested Apple will sell the 5.8-inch iPhone XS for $800 to $900 and the 6.5-inch iPhone XS for $900 to $1,000.

Others are reading the name as "iPhone Excess".

There have been many iPhone leaks and rumors recently. According to a report from 9to5Mac, it will actually be called the iPhone Xs Max. Both devices would look like the iPhone X, notch and all.

The Apple iPhone X features a stainless steel core with a glass front and back, allowing for wireless charging.

It remains to be seen how much is real, and how much is smoke but the new iPad line will surely make an impression when it is finally announced. You can see in the video, an iPhone X look-alike model with Gold Color. The 6.1-inch iPhone model will come in 64GB or 256GB storage configurations.

This obviously echoes the design of the iPhone X, which dispensed with the Home button and debuted a new all-screen design past year. The event will be featured the day of September 12. Samsung is expected to debut the technology in its upcoming Galaxy S10. Talking about specification, the iPhone XC will come with a 6.1-inch LCD display, Apple A12 SoC and 3GB of RAM.

But Apple's decision should not be interpreted as a lack of interest in the feature.

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