Declassified the name of the largest Apple iPhone 2018

Declassified the name of the largest Apple iPhone 2018

Instead, a recent report from 9to5Mac insisted the Cupertino-based company could be planning to call the device iPhone Xs Max.

As far as the design goes, all three of them should look like the iPhone X, so gone is the almost four-year-old design of the iPhone 6. Based on this, speculations are going on that the XS Max will only feature a bigger screen without any significant changes in the features. Like the iPhone X, their bodies will be made from stainless steel and glass.

The next big announcement of Apple is the 2018 iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus and it is just around the corner and more and more details is continuously to leak. The much talked-about iPhone XS (6.1-inch LCD) model could start from $799. The iPhone 9 case seems slightly taller and wider than the iPhone X, which could also be the case (no pun intended) for the iPhone 9 itself. Earlier, it was expected that the 6.5-inch variant would be the iPhone X Plus. The XS has a 2436 x 1125 resolution for a pixel density of 458ppi, while the XS Max has a resolution of 2688 x 1242 for the same 458ppi as the smaller model.

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Following the first glimpse of the supposed Apple iPhone XS a few days back, the upcoming launch continues to welcome massive hype.

The iPhone Xs Max will essentially replace the 'Plus' models in the previous iterations. According to the research note, detailed by MacRumors, both premium iPhone models expected to be released this year will have storage options of 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB. The Apple presentation is scheduled for 12 September this year, so that it was less than a week, and it will be presented not only IPhones - gadgets will be a lot more, plus finally released the final version of iOS 12.

Meanwhile, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is often correct about Apple's plans, has predicted that the LCD model will clock in between $600 to $700. While the 6.1-inch variant will get a single lens setup with a 12-megapixel sensor, the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch iPhones will get dual cameras with two 12-megapixel lenses. This will enable the XS to support an augmented reality platform. Some of the most anticipated specifications are whether or not the next-generation iPhone will feature wireless charging and what the price tag for these future iPhones will be.

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