Dual SIM iPhones confirmed by China Telecom and China Mobile

iPhone 2018 naming and pricing leaks – even the cheap one is expensive

iPhone 9 is not the name for Apple's 6.1-inch handset

So far, we already know that both of the premium OLED iPhones - the 5.8-inch and the 6.5-inch models - will be called the iPhone Xs, and the iPhone Xs Max. Now a new leak has emerged which highlights that the next generation iPhones will come with dual SIM functionality in some markets. The iPhone Xs Plus like the iPhone Xs will have a dual-rear camera at the back. The phone is also expected to be powered by the A12 processor.

There may be a new iPad that looks a lot more like the iPhone X. So should Samsung be anxious about its Galaxy Note 9? Usually, Apple comes up with only one availability date for worldwide.

For example, Quick Mobile has taken to calling the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone the "iPhone 9". The report was based on "industry insiders", and claimed that Apple will limit this to the OLED variants, and not include it on the budget iPhone Xc.

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The Apple Watch has been a slow burn for the company, but has steadily grown in sales becoming a small but important part of Apple's sales shipping 3.5m devices in Q2 2018 according to data from Canalys, but still dwarfed by the 41m iPhones shipped in the same time period. According to MacRumors, which accessed Kuo's note, Pencil support does not offer a 'good user experience, ' and that's why it will be left out of the iPhone Xs series.

A photo of a pink iPhone, Apple's Rose Gold variant, with a dual-SIM slot was also posted online, adding to the rumours that Apple will release a dual-SIM version of their smartphone. But this could be limited to some regions like China. Analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, who's often accurate at its assumption on upcoming Apple products, said that the 6.1-inch iPhone launching this year will be priced between $600 - $700. Also, it's unclear what other storage tiers will be available, and whether Apple will launch a 512GB iPhone this year. Additionally, the 6.1-inch model won't sport the dual-camera setup found on the new iPhone devices. Now, we have more details on the LCD variant of the soon to be announced LCD iPhone. This could cross the $1000 price mark as well. Both the iPhone XS and XS Max are expected to be successors to the iPhone X released a year ago as they both might feature OLED displays on the front. The report pegged iPhone Xs Plus will have a price of $1,049, while iPhone XS will be at the $999. Definitely not the "affordable" iPhone X you may have been hoping for.

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