According to the image, the iPhone X Plus will retail for 8388 yuan ($1724 AUD), the XS for 7388 yuan ($1,518 AUD) and the XC for 5888 yuan ($1210 AUD). It should be noted that these are the beginning price points for each model, offered up with a base 64 GB of internal storage.
According to recent reports, Apple's iPhone X successor is expected to be called the iPhone XS, while another model, now being referred to as the iPhone XS Max, will take the presumed iPhone 9 Plus slot thanks to its larger 6.5-inch display (and, we assume, zero sugar content).
Apple is also believed to be replacing the OLED screen of the iPhone X with a 6.1-inch LCD one to keep the costs down further.
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On the iPhone Xs Plus, TrendForce had noted that the 6.5-inch iPhone could be targeted for business consumers, which could be another reason why Apple might just add a stylus support.
Apple has not launched a cheaper version of its iPhone since 2013's iPhone 5C, which took the guts of the previous generation iPhone 5 and placed them in a coloured plastic body. On the iPhone side, industry analysts are speculating that the big three names on offer will be the iPhone XS - the standard sized flagship of the brand - in addition to the large format iPhone XS Max and, as rumor has it, the economical iPhone XC.