The revolutionary iPhone X will be getting two successors - Apple iPhone XS and Apple iPhone XS Max. This morning, however, Geskin reshared the images and said they are actually the "real deal" and show the "iPhone Xc" in prototype form.
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). According to Geskin, the images are only of "dummy models", not actual handsets, but his information lines up with much of what we've already heard about the phone.
First, you should know that Apple no longer restricts streaming of its events to Apple devices only, and you can also watch it from a Windows PC.
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Apple's iPhone X is displayed at the Apple Store in Tokyo's Omotesando shopping district. Apart from that, the leak confirms that the new iPhones won't be so cheap. These models would be launched along with a new iPad Pro 2018, MacBook and Apple smart Watch. That would make it one of the largest mass-market phones ever sold and about an inch larger than the screen on the iPhone 8 Plus. She thinks that iPhone unit growth may surprise investors to the upside in Apple's 2019 fiscal year. The recent leaks suggested the third and cheaper iPhone to be named as iPhone 9.
The consensus expectation is that the new LCD iPhone will be priced between $699 and $749, Goldman Sachs analyst Rod Hall wrote Friday in a note to investors.
While the iPhones will be the Wednesday's main attraction, Apple's growing smartwatch business will see stage time, too. We also know that the phones will be called the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max, which is another detail that isn't always confirmed ahead of Apple's new iPhone launches.
If you're not in a hurry to upgrade it might be worth waiting a few more weeks before buying your next iPhone.