Apple is expected to launch at least three new iPhone models in the coming days and so far we have seen a host of reports and rumors suggesting the features and specifications of the new devices. The next generation iPhone models are expected to be unveiled on September 12 at the new Apple campus and will probably follow the new trend on notch display that was first introduced on the Apple iPhone X released last year.
A new report now suggests that Apple will unveil a new iPhone model with a large 6.5-inch OLED display along with another model that will feature a 5.8-inch OLED display. The report also suggests that both the premium handsets will be called iPhone XS.
The new report courtesy of 9to5Mac states that Apple will drop the Plus branding this time and will instead name its upcoming premium devices as iPhone XS. It will probably name the larger 6.5-inch OLED model iPhone XS Max.
Talking about the design elements, all the premium models will arrive with a similar design to last year’s iPhone models notably the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the premium iPhone X. Apart from that, both the 5.8-inch OLED model and the 6.5-inch OLED model will feature 4GB of RAM and will be powered by 7nm A12 chips.
Alongside the two premium models, Apple is also expected to launch an affordable 6.1-inch LCD model for the mid-range market. There is no information about what this new device will be called however it has been suggested that the budget iPhone may be called iPhone XC. The iPhone XC is expected to be powered by a 7nm A12 chip with 3GB RAM.
As per renowned security analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is likely to stick with the proprietary Face ID as a security feature on the upcoming iPhone models. It is not likely to implement the in-display fingerprint scanner as a security measure right now. Most probably the latter will be implemented on 2019 model of iPhones.