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Potential design for Apple's upcoming low-price iPhone shown off in new leak

Potential design for Apple's upcoming low-price iPhone shown off in new leak

At WWDC 2018, of course, they will not be shown, it will be necessary to wait until the fall.

What we can see from the pictures is that the larger iPhone X with a 6.1-inch display does still have that now famous, or infamous, top notch. We can see all of the things we've come to expect from the middle-of-the-line iPhone this year, including the minimized bezels, the notch design, and the single camera on the back.

Images of the three new iPhone models, which were expected to be introduced in September are leaked. These "iPhone 9" renders offer side by side comparisons with iPhone X and the expected 6.5-inch X Plus. Other OLED screen makers, like LG Display Co, haven't shown the ability to churn out Samsung-like capacities. The renders reveal both front and rear panel design detail. The 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED versions of the iPhone are expected to include a dual camera setup. Production is reported to be two months late, with the site speculating that this may mean it won't go on sale until November. The name of the phones are yet to be confirmed by Apple, but chances are two of the main iPhones this year will be the successor to the iPhone X, while the third model may be a special edition. Until now, there have been mixed claims about what the company will be launching this year.

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Not a lot is known about this cheaper variant of iPhone 2018 apart from some of the hardware specs that were leaked earlier. IHS Market analyst Jerry Kang also said that Apple hasn't been able to expand its iPhone X production due to market demand and the problem with pricing.

The device appears to have an aluminum case and a back panel that's made of glass, in order to support wireless charging.