IPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, iPhone 9: Names Confirmed, Prices Revealed

IPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, iPhone 9: Names Confirmed, Prices Revealed

IPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, iPhone 9: Names Confirmed, Prices Revealed

This 7nm manufacturing process will drastically increase the performance and power efficiency of the iPhone XS Max.

The 2018 iPhones are arguably among the most exciting set of devices that the company will unveil. We'll find out the truth at the upcoming Apple event on September 12. The video shows off the phones from quite a few angles, imagining itself as an official Apple ad for the handset.

Apple is reportedly planning to call its largest iPhone to date the iPhone Xs Max, according to a new report. However, it is more likely that the name will be used for the smaller OLED model. Today, we've got one of these that confirms previous information for the iPhone 9, iPhone X (s), and iPhone Xs Max featured on reports.

They're both tipped to include Apple's faster A12 chipset and 4GB of RAM (up from the 3GB in the iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus). It is also seen with a single rear camera. This will enable the XS to support an augmented reality platform.

The difference between the LCD and OLED screen is definitely a factor of pixel density, color vibrancy and quality in general. The long-rumored color change has been the golden version of the iPhone X. We are very confident that this will actually happen. Unfortunately, this feature is not going to be available on this 2018 iPhone. Speculations have been made in the past about the 6.1-inch variant coming with dual SIM support.

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With these prices the average person who wants to get a new Apple device can get the iPhone 9.

An image purported to be of the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone was uploaded to Slash Leaks in early August by user Mikelagore, though there is no way of verifying its authenticity. If the reports turn out to be true, its release will be exactly three years since the first iPhone SE hit stores.

Apple has invited members of the media to its next press gathering on September 12 in Cupertino. It will take place at the Steve Jobs theatre, located at the Apple Park campus. A lot, ranging from probable prices for the next-generation iPhones to their design language and specifications, have been revealed in recent leaks, and more are flowing in. We know how important photography is to Apple, and so they're likely looking to do something similar here.

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