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Images Of The iPhone X Plus Have Leaked Online

Images Of The iPhone X Plus Have Leaked Online

The larger handset will feature a 6.5-inch, 1242x2688 screen - making it Apple's biggest ever iPhone.

Apple is still plotting three smartphone for this autumn, the report claimed, with an updated and more affordable versions of the iPhone X also on deck. However, the company is planning to release an update to current iPhone X model that will enable payments. Looks like now Apple will also include that color option in upcoming iPhones.

He claimed Apple will launch an upgraded iPhone X, a less expensive model with some of the flagship's features and a giant high-end iPhone X.

If sources are to be believed, Apple is planning to launch its BIGGEST iPhone ever which measures almost 6.5-inch display with a resolution of 2688x1242 pixels. If you've grown used to holding a Plus, you'll be able to handle the the extra-sized X. For comparison, the Samsung Note 8 has a 6.3-inch screen, and there are many, many tablets on the market with a 7-inch screen.

Apple is already running production tests of the new handsets with suppliers, and it will likely announce them officially in the fall, according to the report.

To cater for more global markets, the larger model could come with a dual-SIM card. One working resolution in current prototypes is 1,242 x 2,688 pixels; this would come out to roughly 455 pixels per inch (ppi), very close to the iPhone X's 458 ppi.

According to recent leaks, the new version of the iPhone, a remodel of the iPhone X, will be bigger than ever.

Also, Bloomberg believes in the arrival of an iPhone Dual Sim model, just to satisfy heavy-travelers or professionals, who also have a personal line.

Apple hasn't made a final decision on including the feature and could choose to wait for E-SIM technology, which will connect phones to multiple networks without the need for a removable chip.

It is considering releasing a dual-SIM variant as well. To keep costs down it will use an LED display instead of the brighter OLED technology. It will have glass back like the iPhone 8 to support wireless charging. The upgraded iPhone X, on the other hand, would have the same features as the original one along with an OLED screen and stainless steel chassis.


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