Rumoured 6.5-inch OLED iPhone to be called iPhone XS Max

Rumoured 6.5-inch OLED iPhone to be called iPhone XS Max

Rumoured 6.5-inch OLED iPhone to be called iPhone XS Max

Using Roman nine in the title 6.1-inch device, Apple will maintain the continuity of the models, not abandoning the harping of the "X" symbol. However, it turns out that might not be the case after all. The much talked-about iPhone XS (6.1-inch LCD) model could start from $799.

Following the first glimpse of the supposed Apple iPhone XS a few days back, the upcoming launch continues to welcome massive hype. Mohan predicts the rumoured Apple iPhone XS Plus (6.5-inch OLED), which will also be the company's largest iPhone upon launch, to have a starting price of $1049. Apple appears to be (understandably) timid about going too far over the $1,000 threshold. Unfortunately, other than the name, this report doesn't include any additional information just yet.

Apple's event invitation made heavy use of the color gold, fueling speculation on social media that the company plans to launch a gold-colored successor to the iPhone X, which was made available only in silver and gray past year.

An image purported to be of the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone was uploaded to Slash Leaks in early August by user Mikelagore, though there is no way of verifying its authenticity.

Like the previous year, Apple has scheduled its hardware-centric event for September 12 this year with the tagline "Gather Round". From an iPhone 8 plus to the iPhone XS Max is quite a change for one year.

As we are getting closer to September 12 which is the date when Apple is scheduled to reveal its new iPhones, new leaks keep popping up on the web. Moreover, the expected fall in prices before the new iPhone sales did not happen, but the opposite happened - iPhone X strongly soared in price. Providing Apple doesn't introduce any new storage sizes, this would make the most expensive model $1,149. At the company's fall iPhone event, we can expect an update on when the free software will be released. "Rumors of an entry level 6.1" LCD iPhone that's tentatively dubbed as the iPhone 9 claim that Apple will bring down the price point for the lineup this year as it looks to streamline 3D facial recognition. At the same event, Apple is also expected to unveil the next-gen Watch Series 4. Ahead of the launch, we have come across a number of leaks and rumors about the upcoming Apple devices, and the latest leak sheds more light on what to expect in terms of pricing, specifications and features.

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