Three dummy iPhone units have been reviewed by a YouTube vlogger in a fresh video online.
Obtained by tech rumour site Sonny Dickson and reviewed by DetroitBORG via a YouTube video, the leaked units give us a pretty good idea of what to expect from Apple at its upcoming iPhone launch in September.
Sonny Dickson has a good track record of revealing photos, videos and specifications of Apple’s upcoming iPhones ahead of launch, so we’re pretty confident the dummy models are close to the real thing.
While the video review doesn’t spill any new specs than we already knew about the three rumoured phones, it does give us a pretty good look at how they will might be in the flesh.
According to the leaks, the smaller of the three devices – rumoured to be called the Phone X 2018 edition – will resemble the current iPhone X with the 5.8-inch bezel-less display, but with new specifications, a second generation update to the FaceID tech and a new Gold colour option.
The largest of the three devices, reportedly called the iPhone X Plus, will tout a massive 6.5-inch display and a bigger battery coming in gold, white and black colour options.
Dickinson says this extra high tech feature set will mean the device will retail for a rather ridiculous price of between $1150 – $1200 (£900-940).
The middle-sized device of the three dummy phones, rumoured to be called the iPhone 9, will sport a lower quality LCD screen, which is said to lower the cost of the model.
It’s also said to have the first generation of FaceID, a single lens camera instead of the dual camera setup from the iPhone X and X Plus, and come in four more fun colour options, a little like the more affordable iPhone 5C model of 2013.
With such a detailed leak before the planned iPhone launch in September, we now have a pretty good idea of everything that Apple will announce at the event.
We even know a lot about the upcoming software features, too.
Earlier, it was revealed that Apple’s new iPhone for 2018 could change the way reality and the virtual world mix by making way for a Siri virtual assistant you can actually see.
This is apparently thanks to the new A12 processor that’s reported to come with a super-powerful GPU.
By investing heavily in graphics, it’s said that Apple is getting ready for the future where virtual assistants can accompany us in the real world, like guides.
Rumours suggest it could recognise your facial expressions and intuitively offer what you need. From information about objects you look at to guidance to shops and restaurants you might need to find.
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