Shortly after Apple has officially announced the launch date of the new iPhones, a first picture is leaked, on which the two expected OLED iPhones can be seen. The image is most likely Apple’s official marketing material – 9to5Mac has now discovered and re-released it.
Furthermore, 9to5Mac wants to have the official name of the device in experience: The new iPhone will therefore actually called iPhone XS. The spelling remains open; iPhone XS or iPhone Xs are also possible. It has long been considered certain that Apple will introduce two iPhone X successors with an OLED display, one of which retains the size of the iPhone X, while the second device is significantly larger and receives a 6.5-inch display.
The picture also confirms that the iPhone XS will be back in the color gold. The iPhone X only sells Apple in silver and black. The report suggests that the larger of the two devices will not carry the name iPhone XS Plus. According to a Bloomberg report, Apple had recently considered canceling the name. This would be both variants of the new iPhone simply called iPhone XS.
The iPhone XS has a larger 6.5-inch display that supports more sophisticated software features. A report from last month showed that the 6.5-inch iPhone XS will support an iPad-like horizontal screen application interface. For example, in the Calendar app, you can view the calendar itself on one side of the display and the related events on the other side.
In addition, you can also view the information of a single contact and the complete contact list in the address book. Perhaps most notably, SMS will also support viewing all conversations on the left and individual conversations on the right. In my opinion, these improvements help the iPhone change from a smartphone to a mini tablet. The more information displayed on the display screen, the more work is done, the better the device.
The new iPhone generation will differ primarily from the higher performance of the current iPhone X. Even with the camera, there should be improvements. The design is essentially retained, and the Notch continues to exist. The devices are still unlocked by face recognition Face ID, the home button does not come back. Even a fingerprint sensor in the display is not expected. The new devices will be officially unveiled on September 12th and are expected to be preordered on September 14th.
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