Apple might just ditch the 'Plus' model for the iPhone Xs 'Max'

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Both devices would look like the iPhone X, notch and all.

Apple's 2018 iPhones will cue the termination of TouchID, with all smartphones boosting the tech company's proprietary TrueDepth camera system widely known as FaceID recognition technology. But since Apple is secretive about the upcoming iPhones, most of what we know is speculation. "Although investor expectations are for some moderation in pricing for 2019 models, we expect Apple to continue to price the iPhones for value, which should drive upside to consensus estimates". This is slightly more than what is said previously for the particular model. If before the name of the largest cell phone sounded like X iPhone Plus and was logical, today it is cancelled. This is a bit of a price reduction from last year's iPhone X, which launched at $999 for the 64GB model.

According to Bloomberg, all models will have an edge-to-edge display, enhanced augmented reality (AR) capabilities, and an A12 processor. The A12 chip will be the first 7nm chip which should result in better performance and enhanced battery life.

What do you think of the name iPhone Xs Max?

You may be wondering why iPhone 9 is the option, but it is simply, their capabilities matter. Despite featuring the same design language as its predecessors, the iPhone 8 shines out there.

The Pixel 3 will come sporting a 5.4-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels.

What About The iPhone SE 2?

Analysts say this will be the biggest device ever released by Apple.

They will be Apple's premium offerings this year, complemented in the lineup by a 6.1-inch model with an LCD screen and aluminum frame, which are there to keep costs down.

There is a possibility that the iPhone SE2 will reach retailers in spring 2019, according to Mac World.

However it is worth noting nothing official has been announced from Apple, so the report should probably be taken with a pinch of salt. Further, reports indicate that the 6.5-inch iPhone XS could support the Apple Pencil.

The Apple blog 9to5Mac published a report last week that claimed, among other things, that a new iPhone set to be unveiled at Apple's September 12 event would be called "iPhone XS". The iPhone Xs Max will likewise be the most costly on the list with a tag price of near $1000.

Image shared by Slashleaks show the new iPhone in red, blue, white and rose gold.

Let's start with something we're very confident about: Apple is ditching the "Plus" branding in 2018.