Apple is set to launch the three new iPhones soon, on September 12. While we know almost everything about the trio series, we’re unaware of the controversy around their names.
Now, according to a new report from 9to5Mac, the naming schemes have come out to be interesting. The website declares the iPhone X successor will look precisely the same with a 5.8″ touchscreen. They are calling it, the iPhone XS. Well, that seems to be a legit name, if look at Apple iPhone naming schemes in the past.
Now, these images from 9to5Mac shows, two iPhones sitting one on top of the other. So, the point is that the larger, 6.5″ model may be called iPhone XS Plus.
Besides the size, both of these iPhones are likely to share a very similar set of specifications. Both of these smartphones will bear dual rear cameras, glass back, stainless steel frames, and AMOLED screens. Inside these will run on Apple A12 chipset with 4GB of RAM, and 64/256/512GB of storage. These leaks confirm the new GOLD color option, that was missing from the iPhone X. Apple will also introduce a third model, with a 6.1″ lower-res LCD display, a single rear camera and 3GB of RAM.
So, are you curious for the new Apple iPhone XS launch? Share your love for the new iPhones in the comments section below.