Although Tim Cook promised to "double" product secrecy a few years ago, there's only enough that Apple can do anything to prevent iPhone leaks from hitting the rumor mill. In fact, with Apple's next iPhone released just a month and a half away, we already have a pretty good overview of what Apple's 2018 iPhone lineup brings to the table. As you've probably heard, Apple's new iPhone range will probably consist of three brand new devices: a next-generation iPhone X, a 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus and a 6.1-inch iPhone with a rimless LCD display.  Speaking of Apple's inability to keep next-gen iPhone rumors in check, Leaker Benjamin Geskin took over the weekend on Twitter and released a series of images that became known as dummy units of the iPhone X. Plus should be and the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone. While not all iPhone leaks can be taken at face value, the images below may seem to match previous rumors and reports we've seen about Apple's upcoming iPhone lineup.
The first photo below gives us a top view of the iPhone X Plus on the left and the 6.1-inch iPhone model on the right. Note the difference in the camera modules between the two devices.
A closer view can be seen below.
For more details regarding Apple's iPhone reissue, there have been some rumors that the iPhone X Plus could have a triple-lens camera system on the back of the device for greatly enhanced zooming and 3D viewing. However, recent reports indicate that we may have to wait until 2019 before we can see the feature in the iPhone.
One of the more interesting rumors about Apple's next-generation iPhone product line has nothing to do with features, but rather with price. Meanwhile, Apple reports that the $ 1,000 iPhone X price is likely to deter consumers from upgrading. Apple is reportedly going to cost the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone somewhere in the range of $ 600 to $ 700 this year. When this particular rumor goes out, it is obvious that Apple will see an avalanche of upgrades as the device will prove very popular with existing iPhone owners who are interested in a brand new form factor but are not interested in the bank to blow up. The cheaper price will of course come with a few compromises. Above all, the device will offer an LCD screen unlike OLED. In addition, the 6.1-inch iPhone may not come with 3D Touch and may contain less RAM. Design-wise, the 6.1-inch iPhone can also have thicker bezels than its iPhone X counterparts.
At that time last year, many analysts believed that the iPhone X would introduce a major refresher cycle. However, the $ 1000 price tag on the iPhone X prevented this. However, Apple's 2018 iPhone offering will offer a variety of phones at a wide range of prices. Nonetheless, there is a great chance that Apple's upcoming iPhone lineup could shake all existing iPhone sales records. The current iPhone sales record was boosted in 2015 by the strong demand for iPhone 6 models to 231.2 million iPhones.