Both the iPhone XS and XS Max are expected to be successors to the iPhone X released past year as they both might feature OLED displays on the front. It mentions dual SIM variants of the XS models, though, so there's still a bit of confusion in that regard.
At its WWDC event in June, Apple unveiled the new operating systems for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV - called iOS 12, Watch OS 5, and tvOS 12, respectively. Considering the rumoured specs of the iPhone XC, looks like it will be the successor to the iPhone 8. Especially as a recent report also indicated that the European cost for the upcoming 6.5-inch OLED model will be the same as the iPhone X.
Two of those phones are believed to be by-the-book updates of the current iPhone X and will be called the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max. As seen with the earlier launch s-variants, we expect the upcoming iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max to continue with the similar as the original iPhone X. While these two devices will continue to come with edge-to-edge OLED notch display, the third devices is said to use LCD panel. The picture further shows that the affordable iPhone will come with single rear camera setup, glass back, which hints at wireless charging support. The iPhone X, meanwhile, has a Dh661.50 disparity between its own 64GB and 256GB offerings. Among "suggested" names have been "iPhone X Plus", "iPhone XI" and "iPhone X2", but it's clear that the names are still a mystery. In a matter of days, we learned the official name of the new 5.8-inch iPhone. Unfortunately, such a model may be restricted to those regions, too, as we heard it might be China-specific. But that doesn't mean that the leaks and rumours about the new suite of iPhones has slowed down.
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Although less likely, Apple may also launch new versions of its iPad Pro range.
According to reports, Apple will also launch a cheaper version of the iPhone X design, unifying the entire 2018 iPhone line with the notched screen and Face ID facial recognition, dropping the Touch ID fingerprint scanner and home button.