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These May Be The Names Of iPhones Launching Next Month

As the launch date of new Apple devices comes closer, the Internet is flooded with leaks and rumors about upcoming iPhones. The devices should be launched next month and this year Apple would launch three models, one of which will be a budget iPhone.

Now a new leak has appeared online and the names of upcoming iPhones have been revealed. According to a new MobileFun report, the iPhone models for the year 2018 will probably be referred to as iPhone 2018, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus.

The report further adds that the iPhone XS Plus will be the iPhone 6.5 inches, while the iPhone 2018 and the iPhone XS will probably have a screen of 6.1 inches and 5.8 inches respectively. The website has also shared a video of false iPhones that gives us an example of the design.

According to the shared video, all three iPhones will have a screen similar to the iPhone X of last year. The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus will be delivered with a double rear camera. It is also to be expected that the company with the following iPhones could leave the touch ID and that the devices should be delivered with a TrueDepth camera with 3D scanning.

According to previous rumors all three iPhones work with iOS 12 and are expected in black, white, gray, blue, red and orange. The price of the iPhone XS Plus is estimated at $ 1,000, while that of the iPhone XS and the iPhone 2018 is $ 800 and $ 700 respectively.

Recently, IDC published its latest report on the worldwide shipping of smartphones for the second quarter of 2018. The report points out that the Chinese smartphone producer Huawei has overtaken Apple and that Huawei has become the second largest smartphone provider in the world. The arrival of Huawei on the second position marks the first quarter since the second quarter of 2010, when Apple was not the number one or two of the smartphones in terms of market share.

Source: Gadgets

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