iPhone X Plus: Apple’s Super-sized Phone May Come In Gold This Fall

Another speculation has surfaced on Thursday, saying that Apple is planning to release three new iPhones come September. All three new iPhones would feature a Face ID for authentication, among others. Apple users are now expecting that the Cupertino-based giant would release an upgraded iPhone X and the rumored iPhone X Plus.

 

 

Is Apple planning to release an iPhone X Plus this fall?

 

The Face ID would eventually end the Touch ID in Apple’s smartphone line-up. In a published report by Mark Gurman, he revealed that Apple is likely to release an iPhone X Plus that has a screen size of “close to 6.5 inches.” The current iPhone X measures only 5.8 inches.

 

Now, the Cupertino-based company is currently testing of what appears to be a prototype of an iPhone with a huge display resolution of 2688 x 1242. The bigger models would trigger Apple to do some split-view software features.

 

Aside from this, the bigger iPhone X also features the usual core design elements. The same with the phone’s last year’s hardware specifications. This includes an OLED screen and a stainless steel sides. But new rumor indicates that Apple is currently working on gold color devices. An additional color beyond the usual black, white or silver color options for iPhone X.

 

And here’s another good news, in the future, Apple users will soon enjoy using an iPhone that supports dual SIM. This is likely possible with the company’s upcoming bigger iPhone models. Also, Apple is planning to implement a new technology called the eSIM technology in iPhone.

 

Using the eSIM technology would allow iPhone devices to connect to cellular data networks without inserting a traditional, carrier-provided SIM card.

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