Also with the current dollar-rupee currency fluctuation and the rupee continuing to fall against the United States dollar, Apple is likely to stick with a higher pricing in India when it launches the iPhone Xs series here. We earlier reported that the 6.5-inch iPhone X successor will be named iPhone Xs Max, a product name that was first reported by our friend at 9to5Mac.
On the pricing front, the rumors indicate that the OLED screen models would fall in the price bracket of $900 and $1,100 while the lower priced model would be available for somewhere around $600 to $800. These cables will be able to deliver 18 watts, the report mentions, in line with what the iPhone X gets via USB-C to Lightning fast-charging. The 5.8 inches and 6.5 inches models would feature OLED display while the 6.1 inches model would have an LCD screen. We can expect the Indian pricing of these new iPhones to be around the leaked European pricing.
As you know, the biggest smartphone from Xiaomi is called the Mi 3 Max, Apple chose to copy the name. Both the models are likely to be called iPhone XS with one featuring an OLED display. Again, there are likely to be improvements but specifics aside, expect features introduced on the iPhone X like Animoji to be on board. If you think that sounds insane, then you won't like hearing that the cheapest iPhone that Apple will launch this month might be called iPhone Xr rather than iPhone 9.
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Known as COMCASA, this deal will allow the two countries to exchange sensitive military information quickly and securely. Pompeo denied he had anything to do with the letter.
All signs are pointing to Apple releasing three new iPhones next week at its September 12 event. This hints at a larger edge-to-edge display as a result of thinning of bezels around the display.
Moreover, there were leaked images of the Apple Watch Series 4. We'll be covering that event as it happens right here at SlashGear, so be sure to check back next week for everything you need to know.
Apple said it determined that the defected iPhones were sold between September 2017 and March 2018 in the U.S., Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Macau, and New Zealand.