Apple also plans to use OLED screen technology - which gives the iPhone X better resolution on lower battery consumption - and to include facial recognition technology known as Face ID, Bloomberg reported. Bloomberg is out with a comprehensive report that the Plus-sized version of the iPhone X will have a screen that measures "close to 6.5 inches", whereas the current iPhone X is only 5.8 inches. Along with the biggest ever iPhone, two more iPhones would also debut - one would be as big as the current iPhone X, and the other would be a less expensive model, according to Bloomberg.
Apple's 2018 iPhone X follow-ups have been rumored on several occasions to introduce a new gold color option that was noticeably absent from last year's iPhone X lineup.
The new XL version of the iPhone X would be roughly the same size as in iPhone 8 Plus, but the lack of bezels would allow for more screen.
The Cupertino-based company earlier this month forecast disappointing revenue of $60 billion to $62 billion for its fiscal second quarter ending in March, with a number of media reports pointing to slack demand for iPhone X after unit sales failed to meet expectations in the run-up to Christmas. A 6.1-inch iPhone with an LCD display- this is expected to be the cheapest of the bunch. We should also expect the new A12 processors to be featured in, and there's a new rumour that Apple could integrate a dual SIM slot but take it with a grain of salt.
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Apple is set to release this year the larger iPhone X Plus, allegedly codenamed D33.
Apple is apparently busy running production tests with suppliers at the moment, so its plans could change between now and September.
To cater for more worldwide markets, the larger model could come with a dual-SIM card. This may be scrapped, however, if they proceed with their E-SIM tech that lets devices connect to cellular networks without inserting the traditional SIM card.
The phones will have an updated operating system, probably called iOS 12 and code named Peace, which will include upgraded augmented reality capabilities, deeper integration of the Siri digital assistant, digital health monitoring and the ability to use Animojis in FaceTime. Like the iPhone X, their bodies will be made from stainless steel and glass.