The excitement among iPhone fans is relentlessly rising as the launch date of the new devices is nearing — to be launched on September 12. We have been writing about the leaks and rumours every other day for a long time and finally a promising image of the alleged iPhone XS has surfaced online.
The leaked image showcases the Gold colour variant of what is said to be the iPhone XS which is the prospective successor of the ongoing iPhone X. Going by the image, the same bezel-less, notch display will be packed on the device and the vertically-aligned dual-rear camera will remained unaltered as well. We may expect the iPhone XS to be a bit slimmer, as can be seen from the leaked picture by Ben Geskin on his Twitter page.
Reports have till now suggested that the iPhone XS will be split in two variants including a 5.8-inch OLED display model along with a Plus trim boasting of 6.5-inch OLED display. The latter will be the largest iPhone Apple has created till now. Rumours also suggest that the iPhone XS Plus will support Apple stylus.
Both the premium iPhones will be followed by a lower-priced variant which has been creating a lot of hype. With the 6.1-inch LCD display, it is expected to come with a single rear camera and Face ID. Carrying the prospective price tag of around of $600 to $700, it will be the most affordable iPhone till date. The 5.8-inch model will expectedly be priced around $800 to $900 while the larger variant will come with a hefty price of $999.