5-inch OLED iPhone XS will reportedly drop "Plus" name

5-inch OLED iPhone XS will reportedly drop

5-inch OLED iPhone XS will reportedly drop "Plus" name

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Pricing for the iPhone XS is still unconfirmed, reports have suggested Apple will sell the 5.8-inch iPhone XS for $800 to $900 and the 6.5-inch iPhone XS for $900 to $1,000. While there has been plenty of speculation about what company will introduce during the special event, one thing is certain, Apple will announce many exciting new devices come next Wednesday.

According to 9to5Mac, looking for information surrounding watchOS 5 beta certainly has its benefits, and the publication was able to witness key information related to the Apple Watch Series 4.

Despite the name change, you should think of the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max as very close siblings, like the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

There has been a lot of speculation of what the three variants will be called this year, and now 9to5Mac claims that the largest 6.5-inch variant will "likely" be called the iPhone Xs Max. Apple has traditionally added a "Plus" at the end of its big screen variant, but it looks to cut that tradition this year, as previously reported by Bloomberg, with the iPhone Xs Max.

Apple already revamped its entry-level iPad earlier this year, with a cheap new $329 model.

Keeping the leaked image as the base, a Korean Designer Gunho Le has come up with a reveal video of iPhone XS.

The Apple iPhone X runs on iOS 11, but it will see an update to iOS 12 when it arrives in September. There are two storage options of 64GB and 256GB, neither of which offer microSD support for storage expansion. That's right, the name of Apple's new iPhone models will use two Latin characters in succession, but one is a Roman numeral and the other is a letter from the English alphabet.

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