Apple's next iPhone will be ginormous
The line between phone and tablet is fast becoming blurred, and it looks like Apple is about to finally bridge that gap with their largest iPhone yet.
According to Bloomberg, the Cali tech giants are set to unveil the iPhone X Plus, featuring a 6.5-inch screen. That’s 12 percent larger than the previous model’s 5.8 inches and just 1.4-inches smaller than the iPad Mini.
More importantly, perhaps, it also beats the Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s 6.3-inch screen (just...)
MacRumours.com claims to have early snaps of the prototype, featuring an edge-to-edge screen that takes up even more space than before.
Apple is also reportedly working on a smaller, more affordable version of the iPhone X, which currently stands at AED4,300 for a 64GB model.
The miniature option will come fitted with a glass back, with aluminium replacing the steel on the edges and an LCD screen instead of an OLED.
But will it retain the iPhone X's superpowers? Better opt for a Matrix banana phone, just in case.