The revolutionary iPhone X will be getting two successors - Apple iPhone XS and Apple iPhone XS Max. That was around the time the "next iPhone release" rumors began to circulate. First one will be similar to existing iPhone X but with upgraded configuration, dubbed iPhone Xs.
Given the large number of theories regarding the new iPhone items, quite odd that nobody is considering the option of iPhone IX (9). We have the 5.8 inch iPhone Xs, the 6.5 inch iPhone Xs plus and the 6.1 inch iPhone XC.
Three new devices expected, with a 512GB storage likely in top-end model.. The leak also confirms that the new iPhones will be available starting 21st September.
The new affordable iPhone series will feature a 1792 x 828 LCD display along with an aluminum body, a single 12MP rear camera, and 3GB RAM. The launch comes after the company warned in a letter to USA trade officials last week that proposed tariffs on Chinese goods would affect prices on a "wide range" of Apple gadgets. We won't have to wait for too long to find out what Apple has in store for us this year.
What's more, there's no information on the new iPhones' specifications, hardware, or software.
One of the main differences between the rumored iPhone 9 and the XS duo is the screen technology, with the latter set to boast color-rich OLED panels while the former is "stuck" with LCD. While actual United States prices might differ, Goldman Sachs has revised its own estimates, saying that the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, a.k.a. iPhone XC, will actually sell for $849, instead of the expected $699.More news: Missouri college drops Nike over Colin Kaepernick ad
The new report points otherwise, suggesting that the bigger plus-sized variant will be called the iPhone XS Plus. For example, as sales charts show, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus saw their sales dip in fall 2017 as soon as the 8 and 8 Plus were ready to ship.
In other words, Apple should expect customers to be willing to pay more for the new generation of phones, considering the larger screens.
According to a Bloomberg report from last November, Apple has been working on a high-end iPad that incorporates some of the features of the iPhone X, like Face ID, no home button, and a almost edge-to-edge display.
But if Apple chooses a lower-priced strategy on some models, it could also benefit the company by boosting its phone replacement rate. We won't know for sure until Apple's official reveal next week.
Despite Macerkpof insisted it cited reliable sources close to the matter and had been pretty precise regarding the costs of flagships in the past years, and such claims should be taken with a grain of salt.
The new iPhone family which is soon to be launched will not feature fingerprints scanners.