As usual, like every year Apple is supposed to release three new iPhones in September 2018. Another video has leaked which gives a look at the iPhone prototypes. The video shared by YouTuber DetroitBORG reveals all three dummy iPhones, which were given to him by Australian tipster Sonny Dickson.
Videos showcased all three Apple iPhone variants with iPhone 9 with the 6.1-inch display, iPhone X Plus with a 6.5-inch display and the iPhone X with its 5.8-inch display. In the video, the new iPhone prototype has been compared with the older iPhone 8 series. The iPhone 9 or the LCD variant is expected to replace the iPhone 8 from last year.
The video gives a good look at all three prototypes. It looks like the iPhone 9 or iPhone with the 6.1-inch display will come with a single rear camera at the back, just like the other leaks have reported. The iPhone X 2018 will continue with the 5.8-inch display, while the iPhone X Plus could have a bigger 6.5-Plus screen.
The two iPhone X variants will sport a dual rear camera, which will be vertically aligned as seen in the previous generation. However, all three iPhones in 2018 will come with Face ID on the front and a notch with all the hardware for the Face ID feature being placed in there.
Apple is yet to announce a September date for the event, which is likely to take place in the first week. Reports have also claimed that the 6.1-inch LCD variant of the iPhone 2018 series could be delayed and might not ship till October-November. This will be the most budget-friendly option on the list at $600-$700; the iPhone X and iPhone X Plus for 2018 are expected to start at $800 and $999 respectively.
The Apple iPhone 2018 series could also have a dual-SIM option. Reports claim the 6.1-inch LCD variant will have a dual-SIM feature as well. The option for this feature has also been spotted in the iOS 12 code. However, reports claim the dual-SIM option could be limited to China market, and might not launch in India. Bringing the dual-SIM option might also be a pressure of competition from Chinese brand like OnePlus