Apple is expected to launch three iPhones at an event in the U.S. on the 12th of September. Essentially, we're expecting it to be similar to last year's iPhone reveal event, only with more focus on growing the iPhone X brand.
Citing two different sources, the site says the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone expected to be announced next week will cost €799, the 5.8-inch replacement for the iPhone X will be €909, and the 6.5-inch OLED device sell for €1149. From the barrage of rumours that have made their presence felt in the past few months, it is anticipated that Apple will unveil three new variants - an iPhone X successor with a 5.8-inch OLED panel, a larger 6.5-inch model, and a cheaper 6.1-inch LCD model. The names are still a mystery, but for ease of understanding, we will tentatively call them the iPhone XS, XS Plus and X Lite. If eligible, your phone can be fixed free of charge at an Apple Store or an Apple Authorized Service provider.
The earlier leaked hinted the 2018 iPhones to be called as iPhone XS (iPhone 10s) and iPhone XS Plus (iPhone 10s Plus).
The images come to us courtesy a tipster on SlashLeaks.
Meanwhile, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is often correct about Apple's plans, has predicted that the LCD model will clock in between $600 to $700. Former CEO Steve Jobs was notoriously opposed to having to use a stylus with a phone, so it'll be interesting to see if this ever makes it out of the Apple labs. During that time he has freelanced for the likes of CNET, Fortune, Time, ZDNet, Macworld, Wired, and TechRadar.