As the leaks increase, we may get a clearer picture of the iPhone lineup in 2018.
In a word, big. Great as in really big displays and big design changes.
The latest reports claim to show the front glass panes on the new iPhones. According to a report by MacRumors and pictures by Ben Geskin, a widely quoted trio of phones of the order of magnitude, it is expected that this will be an "iPhone X Plus", a budget iPhone X and a second generation iPhone X. is acting Leaker.
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The so-called iPhone X Plus is expected by Apple standards massive with a 6.5-inch display. Far larger than any previously released iPhone, and possibly larger than Samsung's giant Galaxy Note series, including the upcoming Galaxy Note 9.
The budget-priced iPhone is said to have a 6.1-inch display The iPhone X update will maintain its 5.8-inch screen size.
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All three iPhones are expected to lead the iPhone X and ditch the Home button in preference to the Face ID. Like the current iPhone X, this means a notch that houses Face ID's TrueDepth camera, which sits on top of a display from edge to edge.
APPLE'S NEW IPHONE WILL HAVE THIS SECRET WEAPO N  The low-priced 6.1-inch iPhone is reportedly not the OLED display and the more sophisticated camera on the updated Get iPhone X and the new iPhone X Plus. Instead, the cheaper iPhone will use an LCD screen and a less expensive camera system, reports reports.
Price estimates put the iPhone X and X Plus at $ 1,000 and more, while the budget phone could range between $ 700 and $ 800.
"I have no doubt that the upcoming lineup will be successful, as in previous launches." Jitesh Ubrani, an analyst with market research firm IDC, told Fox News in an email.
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"Although it's important to note that we expect the smartphone's growth, including the iPhone, to be much lower than that will be in the past. "
IDCs Ubrani hopes Apple will move forward with Augmented Reality (AR). "With the upcoming update, I would hope Apple makes a bigger push for AR, and Apple will be a key player and instructor of this technology in the years to come, and the iPhone is a great tool to do that," he said.
Siri also needs to be improved. "Outside of AR, they also need to improve Siri (on the iPhone and other devices), as competing intelligent assistants have surpassed Apple's efforts in recent years," he added.
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