Rumours on iPhone XS Max

Donna Miller
September 14, 2018

Nevertheless, we know that Apple's three new iPhones are all expected to look a lot like the iPhone X, notch included. The hype surrounding the iPhone X successors is now building up with a concept video based on the leak.

The German website Macerkopf now came up with the pricing of all the three upcoming iPhones.

We have also heard that Apple is working to launch a bigger screen for the iPhone XS update. It will be coming with a 6.1-inch screen on the front and low-priced and yet sturdy aluminium-based shell with glass on top. And this new dramatic video seems to be a replica of the same image, just taken from different angles.

A new report today tells us that the largest smartphone ever made by the Cupertino company will instead be called iPhone Xs Max.

A small percentage of iPhone 8 devices contain logic boards with a manufacturing defect, Apple announced. Thus, there is a good chance that we will see a gold iPhone XS. Analysts also expect Apple to release an iPhone with a edge-to-edge display similar to the iPhone X but using less-costly LCD screen technology. However, it will also be offered in a special gold colorway, which 9to5Mac noted was leaked through the FCC. This entry-level handset's final name hasn't been leaked yet.

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In Germany, the expected prices are as follows: 6.1-inch LCD iPhone: €799; iPhone Xs: €909; iPhone Xs Plus: €1,149. It'll outsize the iPhone XS, which is said to maintain a familiar 5.8-inch screen. But all will be revealed September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater inside Apple Park. The 6.1-inch iPhone model will come in 64GB or 256GB storage configurations. Further, the 5.8-inch variant will reportedly be priced around $800 to $900.

Google is also all set to announce its Pixel sequel on October 9, and this time too, we expect the search giant to do wonders with the minimal hardware. Do you think these details will remain relevant when Apple finally unveils these devices on September 14, 2018? According to Kuo, Apple will not adopt the under display fingerprint scanner anytime soon as a security feature.

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"Over the last six years, screen size is the lone feature that we believe has demonstrated a consistent ability to drive both volume and pricing power", wrote KeyBanc Capital Markets.

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. It will mean that there will be no home button, and the camera's facial recognition will have to be used to unlock the device.

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