Published: Wed, September 12, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Apple’s September 12 event

Apple’s September 12 event

Apple iPhone has come a long way since the launch day. But what about Apple's rumoured 6.1-inch iPhone, which will reportedly feature an LCD display instead of a more expensive OLED screen, and a (relatively) more affordable price tag to match? Apparently, the iPhone 8 lineup and the iPhone X were the first devices from Apple to come with support Wireless charging technology. The physical button on the side of the watch is also expected to be axed and will be replaced by a solid state button, similar to the one on the iPhone 7 and 8.

iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Plus, iPhone Xr launch: Here's how to watch Apple's September 12 keynote event on iPhone, iPad, and even on Windows 10 PC. All of this year's models will feature bigger screens. 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. "While the West gets the "plus" suffix to mean phablet, using "max" is a new trick in the U.S. and Europe, but is a common conceit in BRIC countries", Ewan Spence of Forbes said. Back in 2014, Apple made waves by announcing the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. 9to5Mac thinks the logic here is that the letter "R" comes before the letter 'S.' This is apparently going to be the brand's confusing way of telling customers that the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone is a step lower than the 5.8-inch OLED iPhone Xs.

Apple phones have gained popularity throughout the country. Apple is said to launch this dual SIM variant in markets like Asia and Europe.

Tech experts claim that Apple is speeding up the production of its iPhone models at its facilities.

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Rumour mills suggest Apple will be finally launching iPhones with a markedly bigger display. This smartphone will be powered by the company's latest A12 processor.

At the end of August, we reported that Apple had set a date for the full announcement of. something.

Based on information from TrendForce, the iPhone 9 which will measure 6.1 inches will come in both 256 and 64GB models.

Whatever it is, we're pretty sure many Android users are chuckling to themselves, considering that dual-SIM support has been in Android devices for years now.

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