Published: Mon, September 10, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

This is what the budget iPhone XS protection will look like

This is what the budget iPhone XS protection will look like

Apple largely speculated by many to up the ante on three new 2018 iPhone lineups.

All the new iPhone Xs models will boast an "edge-to-edge" display and powerful tiny notch housing TrueDepth Camera which will put an end to Touch ID Home button in the Apple's high-end phones. All eyes will be on the iPhone Xs Plus, which will be the biggest iPhone ever from the company with its 6.5-inches OLED display. Among "suggested" names have been "iPhone X Plus", "iPhone XI" and "iPhone X2", but it's clear that the names are still a mystery. Both the Xs phones will be equipped with 12MP dual-lens camera, durable stainless steel frame and storage space of about 512GB.

Other analysts say that, as a stock, Apple might be able to suffice with low iPhone revenue growth so long as income from its services business - which includes Apple Music, the App Store and Apple Pay - continues to grow.

The handsets' pricing is one of the best guesses an Apple fan can make.

Last year's flagship devices - iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the 10th iPhone anniversary celebratory iPhone X - were all released at the Apple Park, its 175- acre campus based in Cupertino, California. However, the 6.1-inch iPhone is being coined as the iPhone XC.

As Ars Technica suggests, it seems exceedingly likely that the event hosted by the tech titan on September 12 will focus nearly exclusively on the iPhone and Apple Watch consumer categories and all of the product lines contained within.

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In the network appeared the information that at least one of iPhone smartphones in 2018, may be called the iPhone XI (11). Analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, who's often accurate at its assumption on upcoming Apple products, said that the 6.1-inch iPhone launching this year will be priced between $600 - $700. According to MacRumors, which accessed Kuo's note, Pencil support does not offer a 'good user experience, ' and that's why it will be left out of the iPhone Xs series.

The new iPhones are also expected to come with a dual SIM card slot. But this could be limited to some regions like China. In fact, CNBC also added that Apple has generated $35.7 billion revenue during the last four quarters, which seems enough to cut more debates about Apple as one the richest and most successful companies of today and in the next few years, maybe.

A Romanian online retail site has launched pre-orders for Apple's upcoming iPhone handsets despite those devices having not yet been officially unveiled.

So, what will be the name of the new iPhones to be launched on September 12? (1225$) and iPhone XC (6.1-inch) will start at 5888? The same way, the iPhone XS is speculated to be of nearly same size as that of iPhone X, but a little thicker, again due to camera upgrades. It will come stuffed with a 2,600 (or 2700) mAh battery.

Refresh the current model of the IPhone to a more modern plan 48% of iPhone owners. This could cross the $1000 price mark as well. The report pegged iPhone Xs Plus will have a price of $1,049, while iPhone XS will be at the $999.

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