The more affordable 6.1-inch iPhone expected to launch this year won't be as exciting as its pricier siblings, but it seems Apple has some tricks up its sleeve to make it more appealing.
Apple's rumored to be working on the new iPhone XS, Apple Watch Series 4, Face ID iPad Pros, new MacBook Air, new iMacs, new Mac Mini, AirPower, AirPods 2.0, and much more! The publication has since heard that Apple will likely use the name iPhone Xs Max for the larger 6.5-inch variant. Pricing is expected to start at $899 for the 5.8-inch model with 64GB of storage and goes all the way up to $1,149 for the top-of-the-line 6.5-inch iPhone XS.
These aren't functional devices, but they look identical to 6.1-inch iPhone dummy units seen in previous leaks. The iPhone XS series will be available in gold, which the iPhone X wasn't, and could possibly have dual-SIM card capabilities, reported by Bloomberg.More news: Typhoon kills at least 11 in Japan
Some Apple customers with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s models were having battery issues.
With the impending launch just a week away, prices for many models of the iPhone are beginning to tumble and that even includes the iPhone X. Both models resemble the current iPhone X.
After announcing the phones on September 12, there's a strong chance Apple will open the pre-orders on September 14 and have them on sale by September 21.
"Over the last six years, screen size is the lone feature that we believe has demonstrated a consistent ability to drive both volume and pricing power", wrote KeyBanc Capital Markets.