The go-to-guy for Apple’s products Mark Gurman may or may not confirm the speculations about Apple’s new release; we will be seeing not one or two, but three sophisticated larger versions of the iPhone X this September1. Although, one of them will be a cheaper version that will pair the X’s slim-edge screen design with an LCD display. However, the fantastic trios use Face ID for authentication we may be saying bye bye to the Touch ID in new iPhones products.
Mark Gurman further reported that the plus-sized version of the iPhone X will have 6.5 inches screen, the present iPhone X is 5.8 inches screen. More reason we can’t wait to see these phones in September. Moving on, Apple is testing prototypes of the larger model with a display resolution of 2688 x 1242. The larger canvas may result in Apple bringing over some of the split-view software features from “Plus” iPhones.2
The latest iPhone X has the same basic design components like the previous year’s hardware; it will be featuring the same stainless steel sides as well as the OLED screen.
Unlike the conventional black, white/silver colors, the larger iPhone X will have gold as an option. Will Apple flop like they did last year in shipping a gold iPhone? Only time will tell; the best we can do at this moment is to keep our fingers crossed and hope the sophisticated trios turn out as Apple intended.
The LCD iPhone, unlike the iPhone X, has an aluminum frame, however, its specification still includes the slimmer edges/bezels and the FACE ID. According to the Apple analyst, KGI Ming-Chi Kuo, the price of the device will range from $700 to $800; though it is not as cheap as earlier stated but when compared to the iPhone X starting price we can understand the low price tag and the display size of the design will be around 6.1 inches.
Furthermore, the leading tech company is also steering towards creating a dual SIM support to the biggest upcoming iPhones. However, Bloomberg’s tech finest Mark Gurman thinks otherwise about the dual SIM idea; the dualization of SIM may not work out if the tech giant chooses to move on with the eSIM technology in the iPhone.
Are you wondering what the eSIM is all about? The Google’s Pixel two phones use eSIM for Project Fi clients3; you do not have to connect cellular data networks without inserting a conventional, carrier provided SIM card.