Apple Pencil support? There has been some talk about Apple adding support for its Apple Pencil stylus to the 6.5-inch version of the iPhone, however rumors surrounding the addition have seemed to cool off over the past couple of weeks. The event will be held at the new Apple campus and it is speculated that the Cupertino based conglomerate will unveil three new iPhone models. The leaks are relentlessly flooding the Internet with photographs and videos now claiming to show-off a dummy models of some of Apple's new 2018 handsets.
All the three models would feature the second-generation Face ID technology.
That name is quite the mouthful, and we're not quite sure what would lead Apple to call its larger phone "Max" instead of "Plus". The same is expected of the other two high-end versions launching this year. There could be improvements in the camera, but the details are not clear yet. According to analyst Kuo's prediction, the 6.1-inch iPhone will come in six colours options - gold, grey, white, blue, red, and orange.
What's more, there's no information on the new iPhones' specifications, hardware, or software.
Apple's much-awaited Gather Round event is less than a week away. And as usual, it seems like we know everything about them heading into it. However, the latest leaks confirm the iPhone XS Plus to be called iPhone XS Max. Several design elements and features are easily discernible, including the single-lens rear camera, as well as the SIM tray's location. The OLED models could arrive in the $899-949 price range.
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If Apple does stick with the same pricing, it means the iPhone Xs will start at $799 while the iPhone Xs Max will be around $999. For starters, the Apple iPhone 8 comes with a 4.7 inch HD IPS display, which is pretty small as per 2018 standards.
There are long-standing rumors about the Apple's plans to introduce a new low-budget Macbook to replace Macbook Air, but this time we are hoping that the plans will see the daylight.
If this report rules out to be true, it will mark a historic name and branding shift for Apple. Even with fewer units sold, because of the higher ASP, or average selling price per iPhone, Apple would be able to rake in a higher revenue.
The new edition of the rumored $1,000 Macbook could step up their game by putting an end to the age-old 1440×900 resolution.
There's been talk - as there has every year - that Apple will ditch the "Plus" moniker and adopt the "Pro" favoured by the iPad and MacBook lines.