Apple iPhone 2018: What's the story so far?
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Date: 1/1/2018 8:56:43 PM ( 3 y ) ... viewed 296 times
Apple announced three iPhones in September 2017 in the form of the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus followed the traditional iPhone design, while the iPhone X shook things up a little.
What does that mean for next year's motorola parts though? Will we see an iPhone 9 and 9 Plus, as well as a successor to the iPhone X? Or will the standard iPhone die and the iPhone X design take over for all 2018 models?
The rumour mill for next year's iPhones has already started spinning and will continue to until the new devices launch. Some of the speculation thrown out will be utter garbage, while some will no doubt be on the money. Here we are rounding all the rumours of the next iPhones but remember nothing is confirmed.
Apple iPhone 2018: Release date
We might see a successor to the iPhone SE, the smaller iPhone, in March 2018, but we won't see the iPhone 9 or a successor to the iPhone X until September 2018.
Traditionally, Apple has held its September events within the first couple of weeks of the month and usually on a Tuesday, with pre-orders for the devices they announce starting on the Friday of the same week. The iPhone X was an exception to that pattern, with pre-orders not starting for six weeks after.
It will be a good few months before any event rumours appear though, with nothing likely to surface until August 2018 at the earliest. If we had to place our bets now, we'd guess around 11 September 2018, give or take a week, would be a good time to pencil in the diary if you want to watch Tim Cook and his buddies on stage.
Apple iPhone 2018: Name
What will Apple call its iPhone 2018 models? Well, isn't that the million dollar question? The answer to which only a very select few in the Cupertino company probably know.
We might see an iPhone 9 and iPhone 9 Plus, or we might see Apple skip "9" altogether. There has been a prediction that we will see a larger iPhone X appear with a 6.5-inch OLED display, alongside another 5.8-inch OLED model and a separate 6.1-inch device with an LCD display.
Perhaps this will mean that the new motorola replacement parts will predominantly continue with the "X" name, resulting in the iPhone XI or iPhone X2 and iPhone X Plus for the OLED models, with the standard iPhone 9 naming reserved for the LCD model. As we said though, it's anyone's guess at the moment.
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