Apple will launch a number of new products at an event that will be held on September 12 tomorrow, some of which are awaited successor to the iPhone X and the light iPhone version.
Apple will use a system that is widely applied to other manufacturers for a series of phones, consisting of a lightweight version or commonly called ‘lite’, the regular version, and a larger version of specifications or screens that are often called ‘Plus’ or ‘Pro’.
The Verge says, the successor to the iPhone X will be named the iPhone XS, while the big sail model is the iPhone XS Max. While other sites, Macotakara and 9to5Mac, based on information circulating on China, Weibo microblogs, the two versions will be named iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus.
Leaked information circulating says an affordable version of the iPhone using an LCD panel in a 6.1-inch screen will be named iPhone XC, estimated to be available in red, white and blue.
Some information estimates that the iPhone XC will sell for US $699 dollars (approx. N253,000 naira), while the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus will cost US $900 (approx. N325,000 naira) and US $1,000 (approx. N360,000 naira) respectively.
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