iPhone XS Will Be Expensive In Gold Color With Bigger OLED Screen Without Touch ID
The tech giant Apple is already set for its special iPhone launch this coming Sept. 12. More and more information about the upcoming devices is starting to leak. This made everyone getting excited about what is in store for this coming event.
According to EveningStandard, the new iPhone seems to be named as “iPhone XS” because of its pronounced 10 S. This indicates that the range of devices for this year is going to be an upgrade on last year’s iPhone X. The name itself is pronounced “excess” pointing out that this device is going to be expensive. Then, images also got leaked recently indicated that the device will have the gold color.
This latest report gives us a go signal that the three iPhones will be released this annual conference hosted by the company. The two devices will be in the iPhone XS range having OLED screens, while the cheaper device is equipped with an LCD screen. The OLED screens are going to be more expensive to create because it is brighter, the contrast is much higher, and better screen experience compared to the LCD one.
In terms of specification, the first iPhone XS will feature a 5.8-inch display, which is a bit bigger than the current iPhone X. Then, the second one will have a 6.5-inch display, which is indeed bigger than the current iPhone 8 Plus with a 6.3-inch display. Meanwhile, the cheaper LCD iPhone will come with a 6.1-inch display making it smaller than the current iPhone 8 Plus but bigger somehow than the iPhone X.
All of these upcoming iPhones will no longer bear the TouchID technology because of the company’s Face ID recognition technology. The Home button is not anymore present. You need to unlock your device using the camera’s facial recognition technology. The edge-to-edge display will have a small frame around the screen.
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