Dual SIM iPhone confirmed

Isaac Cain
September 12, 2018

Last year's iPhone launch also promised a new piece of technology in the form of wireless charging in iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. These not just show the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone a.k.a iPhone 9 a.k.a "cheapest" 2018 iPhone design but also new colours it may come in.

So putting together all the available information, what we might be looking at is iPhone Xs, Xr and big screen Xs Max or Plus.

According to MacRumours, pricing for the devices have been leaked to be $900 (around R13 500) for the iPhone XS, $1 015 (around R15 300) for the iPhone XS Plus or Max, and $700 (around R10 500) for the iPhone XC.

Every new Apple Watch is usually accompanied by a range of new digital watch faces and straps, and the same is expected to be true this time around. However, there are going to be two more iPhones, one with a 6.1-inch display, and another with a larger 6.5-inch OLED screen.

Reports say that Apple will add dual-sim functionality to its iPhone models in certain parts of the world like China or India.

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Previous rumours have seemingly revealed that the more expensive, premium new iPhones will be called the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus, but the latest also reveals the name of the third device: iPhone XC.

Apple will host an event on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater in the company's Cupertino, California, campus, where it is widely expected to unveil new iPhone models.

A image posted on Chinese website Weibo, spotted by Tech Carving, gives us a look at what is an alleged promotional poster from telecom operator China Telecom. It would include 4GB Ram with A12 chipset and dual sim-card options. The iPhone Xs is tipped for a $999 price with the iPhone Xs Max pushing even higher than that. Specifically, the iPhone XS Plus will sport a 6.5-inch OLED display. Also, the iPhone XR is likely to come with a single rear camera.

First off, we have the names. Other than the wearable, the firm has an eye on announcing the AirPower, a new low-priced MacBook, redesigned iPad Pros with thin bezels and Face ID, and a pro-focused Mac mini. However, they help Apple boost sales as users prefer bigger smartphones.

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