We discuss what we're likely to see and what we probably won't see until later. This year, the OLED iPhones will possibly be called iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, according to a new report by 9to5mac. Now the latest report coming from 9to5Mac says that the flagship phone from Apple will be called iPhone XS Max (and not the iPhone XS Plus, as we previously believed), citing sources familiar with American company's marketing plans.
On the pricing front, the rumors indicate that the OLED screen models would fall in the price bracket of $900 and $1,100 while the lower priced model would be available for somewhere around $600 to $800. Here's all you need to know about the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max (or the iPhone XS Plus).
Two of those iPhones (measuring in at 5.8 and 6.5 inches) are going to be equipped with OLED displays, while the third, measuring in at 6.1 inches, will have an LCD panel. A fresh report suggests that the upcoming 6.1-inch iPhone will come in four colours options and with a dual SIM tray.
A grand new redesign of Apple's tablets is also expected to take place. All the iPhone Plus models introduced until now offer extra features as compared to their small variants.
Finally, we have also heard talks that Apple Pencil could come to the iPhone.
Apart from the next generation of iPhone X, the company is also planning to launch the cheaper version of the same.
We will remind that earlier in iPhone X Plus saw a threat to all smartphones in the world because of very high prices, which shocked the experts. The smartwatch had reduced bezels, accounting for the larger screen. At the same event, Apple is also expected to unveil the next-gen Watch Series 4.
Apple is reported to announce three new iPhones during its September 12 launch event. ITunes Movies will start offering Dolby Atmos later this year, and any movies you already have purchased will get updated to Atmos for free. We will keep you posted with the same. We don't have much longer to wait until we find out if this rumor is legitimate, as Apple is scheduled to reveal its 2018 lineup of iPhones on September 12. The display has rounded corners like on the notch-y iPhone, but a notch is nowhere to be seen, thankfully, and, overall, the new iPad Pro looks slabby and with a kind of industrial elegance over the current edition.