New Apple iPhone prices leaked before September 12 launch


Make room for the massive iPhone XS Max, the new name for what everyone has been calling the larger iPhone XS Plus, according to a brand new leak today.

With exactly a week left until Apple unveils its 2018 iPhones, we learned on Wednesday that the iPhone X Plus version that's finally coming this year will be called iPhone XS Max.

Amongst other industry scuttlebutt, the phones are tipped to have OLED displays and a new A12 chip designed in-house specifically for the iPhone.

Let's get the pricing out of the way first because this is what potential new iPhone buyers would like to know more than anything else.

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It's worth noting that prices may drop even further once the Apple announcement is made so, if you not in a hurry to upgrade, it could be worth holding on for a few more weeks. That happened last month, before Apple made the date of its annual iPhone event public. The new "iPhone 9" will feature a 6.1-inch OLED display with a similar "all-screen" design and Face ID. You can see in the video, an iPhone X look-alike model with Gold Color. The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will be starting from Euro 909 (approx Rs 76,000) and Euro 1149 (approx Rs 96,000) respectively.

With the iPhone X, Apple changed how it distributed review units to journalists.

Keep in mind that Apple's iPhone series is usually much more expensive in India. There was one thing that was noticeably absent from last week's leaks, however - the third new iPhone model set to debut next week, which people have been referring to as the "iPhone 9".

If you're happy to take delivery of something a little older then the iPhone 6s is also a good option. But all will be revealed september 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater inside Apple Park.

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