Pricing The two iPhone models that reportedly use an OLED display will be priced at the high end, with the less expensive LCD display model priced more affordably. However, it turns out that might not be the case after all. The larger version was said to be called iPhone XS Plus while the 6.1-inch LCD model would be called iPhone 9.
This year, Apple has no plans to revise prices for new iPhone models, and will retain their previous marks. Now, sources indicate that the larger variant with a 6.5-inch display will be called iPhone Xs Max, 9to5 Mac reported.
A supplier report by Lumentum showed that Apple performed multiple orders for TrueDepth camera system modules, which backs up the rumors that these next three iPhones will all come with FaceID features for authentication.
I'd like to think that "Plus" sounds better than "Max", just by default, but apparently we're going to live in a world where the "iPhone excess" isn't bad enough, but now we can have maximum excess, too.More news: Florence is expected to restrengthen into a major hurricane before threatening US
We do not expect Apple to launch any MacBook model on the event scheduled for 12th September. Some speculations say that iPad will not be launched in this "Gather Round" event; instead, it will be unveiled during a later event at which the latest edition of Macbooks is presented. But with all of these new colors, perhaps it could be known as the iPhone Xc.
The two OLED-screened phones are likely to come in black, white and gold, according to noted Apple analyst formerly at KGI Securities, now at TF International Securities, which tallies with what 9to5Mac also claims.
More Storage We may finally see an iPhone with 512GB of storage, if another research note from Ming-Chi Kuo is accurate. "This was evident in the iPhone 6 cycle, where a step-up in screen size drove both pricing and volume, and in the iPhone X cycle, where a larger screen in a similar-sized form factor drove strong pricing power".
With current state of currency depreciation, do not be surprised if the iPhone Xs Max crosses the Rs 1 lakh price tag for the base variant at launch. "Although investor expectations are for some moderation in pricing for 2019 models, we expect Apple to continue to price the iPhones for value, which should drive upside to consensus estimates". The anticipation of three new models have kept everyone on their toes for a while now.
The biggest iPhone release ever - both literally and figuratively - could be just days away.