Anyway, the two premium AMOLED models will have 5.8 and 6.5 screens respectively. We already expect the new phones to come in 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch sizes, but Apple will apparently bump the storage as well, offering a whopping 512GB as a new high-end option.
All of them feature iPhone X-style design language, including the display notch and lack of a front physical key, with 3D face scanning, aka Face ID believed to be taking the place of Touch ID on all models.
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Most of this stuff is produced by case makers, the latter in particular because it helps them create accessories well in advance of Apple's expected September announcement. That pricing would be in line with the $699 United States dollars 4.7-inch iPhone 8, which would be a pleasant surprise given the big expected jump in screen size.
Now, when you toss in the Apple Pencil support, it's possible that Apple would be able to better compete with mid-price Android players as well as premium Samsung devices. The iPhone-compatible Apple Pencil doesn't need to be quite as small and thin as the S Pen, but it does need to be much more holdable. That's according to a new report from TrendForce, which suggests that Apple's next-gen OLED iPhones will boast support for the company's high-end stylus. The OLED pair of devices will be equipped with 4GB of RAM while the the LCD model will have 3GB. The larger iPhone is targeted at the premium business market with dual-SIM functionality which may only be available in certain regions and up to 512GB of storage. Of these, the 6.1-inch variant has a single rear camera, while the other two feature dual-camera systems at the back.