We8217;ve already seen renders showing what the iPhone X Plus and LCD-clad iPhone could look like, but now an image from case maker Olixar showing screen protectors reveals the physical footprints of all three iPhones due for launch later this year.
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The image clearly shows the size difference between all three iPhones: which should comprise 5.8-, 6.1- and 6.5-inch displays. The 5.8 and 6.5-inch models will be the iPhone X successors with OLED screens while the 6.1-inch model will have an LCD screen. The image shows the latter has slightly thicker bezels, which was something we noticed in the CAD renders.
Olixar8217;s image also confirms all three models, including the 8216;budget8217; LCD iPhone 8211; which is said to cost anywhere between $550 8211; $800 8211; will get a notch, which means they will all have Face ID facial recognition technology. Something else we can also glean from the image is that the iPhone SE 2 won8217;t be happening. Several rumours have spread around the internet throughout 2018, but it seems the wallet-friendly iPhone is not to be, although it8217;s possible the rumours were actually referring to the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone instead.
We can8217;t see the backs of the new iPhones from Olixar8217;s image, but Apple is expected to stick to dual-lens cameras, for the OLED models at least. There has been talk of a triple lens camera, but that might probably won8217;t come until 2019.
While Olixar has been pretty accurate with its leaks in the past, we still have to take this leak with a pinch of salt for now. We8217;re still a few months away from Apple8217;s iPhone launch, so we8217;ll no doubt see more leaks in that time.