In just one week, Apple will be holding its annual iPhone launch event. Alongside of three new iPhones, we might see new iPads, a new 12-inch MacBook, AirPower, and more.
Those three iPhone models will consist of a 5.8-inch one - a direct successor to the iPhone X, a 6.5-inch 'Plus' variant of the iPhone X successor, and a 6.1-inch base model with an LCD display and a single-lens camera. There haven't been many rumors about the 6.1-inch LCD model, probably because it's the least exciting. The iPhone X successors are expected to be called the iPhone Xs (pronounces iPhone 10s).
But if you were expecting the larger one to be called the iPhone Xs Plus, it seems that you might have been wrong. According to a report from 9to5Mac, it will actually be called the iPhone Xs Max. Indeed, this is a departure from typical iPhone nomenclature, as Apple has used 'Plus' since the iPhone 6.
As far as the design goes, all three of them should look like the iPhone X, so gone is the nearly four-year-old design of the iPhone 6. Pricing is still unknown, but if you want the iPhone Xs Max, it's safe to say that you should save your pennies.
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