Leaked Images Show What Is Coming From Apple & It's Not Just iPhones

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Assuming 9to5Mac's report was accurate, and assuming Apple doesn't come up with a quick name change, we could suffer people on social media and elsewhere making the same jokes about the iPhone's name for the next year and beyond.

Pricing is believed to range from £599 to £699 for that model, stepping up to £999 for the 5.8-inch iPhone XS and £1,049 for the iPhone XS Max.

9to5Mac is also reporting that both the iPhone Xs and the iPhone Xs Max will ship with 4GB of RAM instead of 3GB.

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According to recent leaks, . Expected to be the cheapest iPhone for the year, it is also suggested to have a single rear camera, unlike the two earlier mentioned iPhones that are likely to sport an OLED display.

Apple's new 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch iPhone XS will be the most talked-about new iPhone models this fall following their late-summer launch. What's more, we've since learned that the next-gen iPhone X will be dubbed the iPhone XS, while the gargantuan 6.5-inch iPhone will be dubbed the iPhone XS Max. Specifically, the leak revealed that Apple's best iPhone models ever will have Apple's worst name ever: iPhone XS.

For as much as Apple tries to keep important details about its next-gen iPhone lineup under wraps, the leaks have not slowed down in the slightest over the past few years. With that in mind, take these prices with a grain of salt - especially with regards to the iPhone Xs family.

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Also, the image above shows a SIM tray that would be able to hold two cards, which could explain why Apple positioned it lower on the right side of the handset than you'd expect.

Since the iPhone 6, Apple has offered two size options with the larger carrying the Plus moniker.

Just like the iPhone X, the iPhone XS will feature the Secure Enclave hardware-based key manager and Face ID biometric authentication.

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