IPhone XS Max could be Apple's biggest phone yet - Apple

Owners of the iPhone 6 or later models can take advantage of a battery replacement program until December.                  Apple

Owners of the iPhone 6 or later models can take advantage of a battery replacement program until December. Apple

The iPhone Xs Max will essentially replace the "Plus" models in the previous iterations. But what do we know about them? The leaked images suggest that the upcoming handset will continue the trend of a vertical dual-lens rear camera and Face ID hardware.

We have also heard that Apple is working to launch a bigger screen for the iPhone XS update.

The hotly anticipated new iPhones are just around the corner and any little bit of information on them is likely to be pretty solid and close to the real deal. Past year for example, a rogue Apple employee released an iOS 11 GM which, among other things, confirmed the launch of the iPhone X and an LTE-enabled Apple Watch.

Various leaks have shown how the three panels for the devices would look like. The cheapest 6.1-inch LCD iPhone is expected to get a variety of unconventional colours. While the OLED iPhones will come with 4 Gb of RAM, the budget-friendly iPhone will have only 3 Gb.

This is because a report from Trendforce indicated the trio of new iPhones will come with multiple storage options. Historically, this means that the pre-orders will open on the following Friday, September 14, and the phone will be available for purchase at Apple retail stores and carrier stores the week after that. Aside from size however, it is exactly the same as the XS in terms of specs. The 7-nanometer A12 processors used by Apple began to be mass produced by TSMC back in May. Said day is September 12, so there's still nearly a week left before Apple officially unveils its 2018 iPhone lineup (and presumably confirms the aforementioned names).

What we do know is that these next three models will come with the ability to be wirelessly charged. It follows several reports that Apple is planning dual-SIM support in this year's iPhones to make it easier for global travelers to keep using their devices on worldwide networks. Analysts say this will be the biggest device ever released by Apple. 9to5Mac reports today that the larger of the two phones will actually be called the "iPhone XS Max" instead of "iPhone XS Plus" as we've been expecting. Reports in the past said that Apple would not exceed the $1,000 mark for all the iPhones and that the cheapest iPhone, which would be the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone would cost between $600 to $700.

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