iPhone X Plus will be launching in this September in India. Ming-Chi Kuo, a long-time Apple analyst based in Taiwan, believes that the iPhone XS Plus will get the dual-SIM tray. While a smartphone which supports an additional SIM card slot might sound redundant to many living in the West, it's a highly practical feature in China that iPhone users have been asking about for years. This slide reveals that the 6.1 inch model will be named "iPhone XC" and the new, more expensive 6.5 inch phone will be named "iPhone XS Plus".
According to Gurman, Apple's sequel to the iPhone X will be called "iPhone Xs", which lines up with 9to5Mac's report from August 30 that claims the same name.
Finally Apple will probably update both its iPad Pro models with a new edge-to-edge display that will see both tablets ditch the Touch ID fingerprint sensor for the iPhone X's Face ID facial recognition system. And then we discovered the models of the iPhone with an LCD screen, this is another leak that we are interested in today. As expected, the three new iPhones will come with Apple A12 chipset under the hood, but the amount of RAM is still a mystery.
The dual SIM feature will be backed up by a capable modem that supports 4G connectivity which cobers China Telecom's various network types. The Apple Watch Series 4 is expected to come with an edge-to-edge display with bigger screen size. The first shows prototypes of 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, while the second seems to confirm the names iPhone Xc, iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Plus.
The leak reveals the basic design layout which isn't surprising - there's a glass back and single camera at the rear end.
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