September 12 is around the corner, we are waiting anxiously for Apple to officially announce the new model of iPhone X. Rumours has it that the phone maker has chosen to the name the much anticipated devices as “iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone 9”.
Way back in September last year, Apple unveiled three smartphones – the 4.7 inch iPhone 8, the 5.5 inch iPhone 8 Plus, and the 5.8 inch iPhone X. This year, we’re expecting a 5.8-inch iPhone XS, a 6.1-inch iPhone 9, and a mystery 6.5-inch handset too.
In addition to the new moniker and larger size, the iPhone XS Max is expected to offer an even bigger battery than the smaller XS. Both phones will also reportedly see an internal spec boost over the current iPhone X, with a new A12 processor and 4GB of RAM.
Whatever the name may be, we’ll find out for sure when Apple officially announces things at its event on September 12th.
Price tag allegedly ranges from £599 to £699 for the base model, right up to £999 to £1,049 for the premium iPhone XS Max.