Photos Of Apple’s Larger ‘iPhone X Plus’ Uncovered From iOS 12 Beta
By Yoon Sann Wong, 05 Aug 2018
Image of Apple’s iPhone X via leungchopan / Shutterstock.com
Apple is anticipated to release three devices this September that are modeled after the iPhone X—a 5.8-inch ‘iPhone Xs’, a lower-end LCD iPhone measuring 6.1 inches, and a 6.5-inch ‘iPhone X Plus’.
Now, images uncovered with help from iOS 12 beta strongly support the debut of the latter model.
Yesterday, iOS developer Guilherme Rambo shared an icon found within the operating system that teases the phone. Rambo highlights inside the Twitter thread that the icon is likely not the final design.
To add, Brazilian Apple-related website iHelpBR has reportedly discovered that each system application found inside iOS 12 beta has already been designed to operate at the higher resolution of the 6.5-inch ‘iPhone X Plus’.
By using an iOS simulator tool and Xcode, it managed to render visuals revealing the anticipated 6.5-inch ‘iPhone X Plus’ operating apps in landscape mode thanks to its 2,688 by 1,242 pixel resolution.
Native apps such as Contacts, Calendar, Messages, Maps, and Photos can be seen functioning in landscape mode via the visuals below. See more of the renders here.
I'm having dejavu. Payment glyphs for "iPhone X Plus", iPhone X (for comparison) and 2018 iPad Pro (which is square and weird). Found in PassKitUIFoundation. pic.twitter.com/H13448oYr8— Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) August 3, 2018
Definitely not final (also rendered at a much larger size than intended)— Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) August 3, 2018
[via CNBC, BGR and iHelpBR, main image via leungchopan / Shutterstock.com]
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