And another less expensive model, with a 6.1-inch LCD display. That said, there have been many rumors and leaks floating around on the Internet surrounding the upcoming iPhones, and, the latest information that has come out of China says that we might finally get a dual-SIM iPhone this year.
Apple’s XC is rumoured to have a slightly less flash LCD screen which is pretty big at 6.1-inches.
That’s right, not one but three brand-new iPhones are expected at tomorrow’s event.
The prices for the three models are also listed, in the alleged leak.
It also flies against a previous Wall Street Journal report claiming Apple ordered more LCD screens in anticipation of higher demand compared to the iPhone XS and XS Max.
Apple’s big hardware event of the year is just about 2 days away.
We know for certain we’re going to see new iPhones this Wednesday (Sept. 12), when Apple hosts a press event at its Cupertino, Calif., campus.
Apple’s event will also see the debut of the Apple Watch Series 4.
Apple is expected to unveil three new iPhones, an update to the Apple Watch and the AirPods, the $159 Bluetooth earbuds first unveiled in 2016. We then heard the 6.5-inch version will be called iPhone XS Max, while the 6.1-inch LCD was referred to iPhone 9 and even iPhone XR in some reports.
Apple has already announced a new AirPods case that can charge wirelessly, but other new features are still rumored, like water resistance and noise cancellation. Earlier this week China Telecom published a new poster revealing that the new iPhone will arrive with Dual-SIM and dual standby support. Apple is going to make the new iPhone Xr available in gold, though it will be slightly less powerful than the OLED models.
Now there are two new leaks. “Other platforms may also be able to access the stream using recent versions of Chrome or Firefox (MSE, H.264, and AAC required)”.
This added to the conjecture that started with the leaks of pictures of a dual SIM card tray on a new Apple device from one of the company’s own social media accounts.
The XC will probably cost about £599, which is £100 cheaper than last year’s iPhone 8.
Between improved battery life and a larger display, a few weeks from now I will have the iPhone XS Max in my hand.