New Hands-on Video Shows What 2018’s New iPhones Might Look Like

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A new video posted today might give the world its first hands-on look at this year's iPhone lineup. That's about 1.1 mm wider than the iPhone X; however, that difference may just be button protrusion.

Apple is expected to release three iPhones in the same style as the iPhone X later this year, and one of them is expected to rise from the pack, literally and figuratively.

Apple is expecting its 6.5-inch iPhone XI Plus to be its most popular new handset of 2018, a new report claims. The company says that it believes its sources enough that it is now proceeding with accessories for the larger iPhone X successor.

iPhone 8 Plus camera TESTED - Stunning images taken on Apple smartphone Fri, September 22, 2017 APPLE'S iPhone 8 Plus has an updated dual-lens camera which is much better in low light situations. Apple has also placed an order for 30 million 6.1-inch LCD panels for a cheaper version of its iPhone X, according to the report, which was earlier discovered by 9to5Mac.

One other factor that may affect these numbers is some rumblings that the LCD iPhone production ramp is delayed compared to the OLED models.

A dummy of the so-called iPhone X Plus, which is rumored to pack a 6.5-inch OLED display, was also shown off in Mac Otakara's video.

Do you think the 6.1-inch model will come with an OLED or an LCD display? The accessories maker have now claimed that new "sources" have reportedly confirmed that instead of the smaller iPhone SE 2, Apple could launch the largest iPhone ever.

All in all, the device is about what you'd expect.

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