At long last, Apple is planning a dual-SIM iPhone

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Apple is poised to release the largest ever iPhone later this year, according to Bloomberg.

While all leaks - especially this early - should be taken with a grain of salt, the flex cable under the digitizer that would connect it to the iPhone's logic board does bear a part number similar to the format used on Apple devices.

Two new leaked images posted on the MacX forums purport to show the screen size for the larger "iPhone X Plus" rumored to be coming later this year. The company's also expected to debut a larger iPhone X-style phone with the biggest display ever put on an iPhone: 6.5-inches. The display size of iPhone X SE will be 6.1-inch that will roll out somewhere between iPhone X next generation and iPhone X Plus launch. The sides of the new large iPhone will sport stainless steel material while the team is mulling over adding a gold-colored variant to the list. Some consumers were turned off by the iPhone X's $1,000 price despite liking the design even as they wanted something more cutting-edge than the cheaper iPhone 8. It, too, will use OLED technology and could include a resolution of 2688 x 1242 (at least that's what Apple's now testing). This should keep costs down, making the device more appealing to many customers. Bloomberg notes the device will probably see software tweaks similar to those made to the current iPhone Plus models whereas the 5.8-inch model won't.


Apple is known for keeping their iPhones close ended without any micro SD card support or dual SIM.

It's always been rumored that Apple is going to launch three new iPhones this fall, all with a design very similar to that of the iPhone X from a year ago.

The cheaper version of the iPhone X will also feature an edge-to-edge screen and a Face ID scanner.


Aside from a dual-SIM, the sources also said there could be a gold option, being perceived as a popular offering in Asia, for the updated iPhone X, and for the larger iPhone X Plus. There is a chance Apple may hold out this feature and wait for the E-SIM instead.

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. Apple soon discontinued the 5c.


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