Apple might just ditch the 'Plus' model for the iPhone Xs 'Max'

Postado Setembro 14, 2018

While it is bad news for those looking to get the more affordable model, it might be good news for Apple as they can focus on the OLED models first. The device is a screen of 6.5 inches on a matrix OLED, 4GB RAM, new processor Apple A12 and the built-in memory 64, 256 and 512 GB version with 128 GB this year will not.

The iPhone XS and XS Max come in Gold, Silver and Space Grey colour options, while the iPhone XR comes in a wider colour palette, including black, white, red, yellow, coral and blue.

Apple recently sent out invites for a September 12 event, where the three rumored 2018 iPhone models are expected to be revealed, alongside the Apple Watch Series 4, a redesigned iPad Pro, a new MacBook Air, and an updated Mac Mini.

Of course, none of the companies will reveal their prices and options until after Apple has made its big announcement, but expect them to try to outdo each other based on last year's offers.

Apple is also rumored to be toying with the idea of launching an iPhone with an LCD display. Apple may release three new devices this month and the rumor mill has been busy trying to figure out what the company has in store for us.

That name is quite the mouthful, and we're not quite sure what would lead Apple to call its larger phone "Max" instead of "Plus".

As for the aesthetic design, all three iPhones will features an edge-to-edge display with a small steel frame wrapping around the glass. Since the new handsets are expected to sport screens measuring 6.5 inches and 6.1 inches, respectively, their cases are obviously larger than the iPhone X, which sports a 5.8-inch screen. While reports indicate that the all-new device could have a comparatively affordable price tag, we expect that it will be priced closer to the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus models, which now start at $700 and $800, respectively. Rumours are rife on the internet stating that this would be called iPhone XR, but it seems as if the true name will be revealed only at the launch.

The all-new 6.1 inch iPhone is expected to feature a design similar to the flagship iPhone X, marking a significant departure from the iPhone 6 design language, which Apple has used since 2014. Also like the Note9, it's been rumoured to be coming with up to 512GB of built-in storage. However, all three will come with a notch and also feature Apple's Face ID. Now we've got more details on the iPhone 9 and iPhone Xs Max.

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