Apple is widely expected to introduce three different iPhone models this year and with a possible unveiling event already scheduled for September 12, the leaks and murmurs surrounding 2018 iPhones have once again been intensified.
While a report from early last week suggested one of the upcoming iPhone models will be called the iPhone XS, and another called the iPhone XS plus, a new report from a section of the media this week brings something contrary to bear. Though the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Plus monikers sound more conventional for Apple, a new report claims the supposed larger model with a giant 6.5-inch display will be marketed with the iPhone XS Max moniker.
Whatever names Apple decides to use, the thinking is that both the regular iPhone Xs and iPhone XS Max will come with Apple’s faster A12 chipset and 4GB of RAM, but the iPhone XS Max model is tipped to be an edge above the base XS model in terms of the internals.
We’ll bring you more revelations as they pop up, otherwise, we’ll have to hold our breath until September 12 which is the date Apple officially unwraps whatever it has in the works.