Published: Thu, August 09, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

This is the best look at the affordable new iPhone yet

This is the best look at the affordable new iPhone yet

The picture although doesn't show the complete phone, it does reveal that the iPhone 9 - as rumours earlier - will come with a single camera set.

The live image has been leaked by a popular tipster Slashleaks who is often accurate at its prediction.

This is not the first leak we have seen around the 6.1-inch LCD variant of the iPhone 9.

Apple's iOS 12 beta features two major iPhone X leaks, as reported by The Verge and Forbes.

The Apple iPhone 9, according to today's leak, will sport a glass back with a single-sensor rear camera, aided by a flash that is placed below it, with the camera going on the top left corner of the rear glass panel.

What's claimed to be the new iPhone X has been shown off in a photo displaying the handset from the rear, on slashleaks. This also means that the budget iPhone 6.1-inch could be a replacement for the iPhone 8, which had a smaller 4.7-inch display, Touch ID and a single rear camera.

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9to5 Mac's Guilherme Rambo combed through the iOS 12 beta 5 version and found the reference to an even larger iPhone X Plus model.

According to reports, the two expensive variants of iPhone X will have vertically aligned dual-rear cameras. The price difference between the two phones undoubtedly had much to do with the stagnation of iPhone X sales, prompting Apple to keep using LCD displays for at least another year.

In addition to featuring a brand new design and a controversial notch, the iPhone X was also the first Apple phone to have an OLED display.

"This special version could be the dual-SIM iPhone that some people with knowledge of the matter have hinted at", stated the report.

If you're wondering why on earth anyone would need a dual SIM phone, then you're probably not the customer Apple will be targeting with the update. A new report claims the dual-SIM iPhone might not actually launch in other markets, and could be restricted to China, which might not come as such good news for users in India.

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