If you’re an Apple fan, then you’ll definitely want to know how the rumored iPhone 9 looks like. We know by now that Apple is expected to launch three new smartphones this fall and some details about them have just been revealed recently.
A few render images are now available, so you can finally have an idea about how the unofficial phones will look like. We can now take a look at iPhone X2, the 6.5-inch iPhone X2 Plus, which is believed to be the biggest Apple smartphone so far and the cheaper iPhone X LCD model.
From what we could see by now, all three phones are inspired by the design of iPhone X, along with the notch at the top of the screen and the Face ID feature. However, keep in mind that these are rendered images and the final products might not match what we can see now. The cheapest model, the 6.1-inch iPhone could be the one that will vary the most compared to the pictured device, since it is believed that it will come equipped with a LCD display, and not OLED. This could also mean that the phone might have a bigger bottom bezel.
Also, according to the pictures we can see, the iPhone X Plus could be just as big as the Galaxy Note and the iPhone 8.
But how many of these rumors are true? We cannot know yet. There has been a large number of contradictory leaks circulating the internet lately. Some said that all three phones will have OLED screens, denying the cheaper LCD model. Others talked about a triple camera setup on the rear of the handsets, even though the new renders showed a single camera on the cheaper iPhone and dual snappers on the other two iPhones.
All in all, we’ll just have to wait until more details are announced about the upcoming smartphones.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.