Apple has revealed three new iPhones to follow up its most talked about model, the iPhone X.
Forbes‘ Apple Loop shares details of these new designs, expected to take on a new generation of iPhone X, including a budget version of the signature smartphone. Here’s what we know, according to that report:
Spotted by Consomac, Apple has chosen to publicly file identifiers for all its new iPhones in the Eurasian database, and it confirms three distinct designs will be coming to market. The iPhone model identifiers are: A1920, A1921, A1984, A2097, A2098, A2099 and A2101, A2103, A2104, A2105, and A2106. There are three clear runs here: A19, A20 and A21.
Logic would suggest these are arranged by price with the A19 referring to the new 6.1-inch budget iPhone X (details), the A20 being the second generation 5.8-inch iPhone X (details) and A21 the massive 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus (details), we can’t say for sure as they may be ordered by size.
The rumor mill talks of a super-sized iPhone X, a less expensive version, and one with three rear cameras. But really, we’re not sure what to expect until Apple makes the announcement.
Experts believe a September 2018 reveal and release date is in store for this new wave of iPhone X devices. Stay tuned.