Apple Inc is preparing to release three new smartphones later this year, including the largest iPhone ever, a device that may have a bigger display than archrival Samsung's flagship phone, Bloomberg reported on Monday, citing people familiar with the products. It will reportedly feature a screen that is close to 6.5 inches, which would make the device one of the largest on the market from a mainstream manufacturer. The body of the phone will be about as big as the current-generation iPhone 8 Plus, we're told, albeit with a screen that is about an inch larger courtesy of the edge-to-edge design.
Apple's updated iPhone X is internally called the D32, and it will feature an A12 processor, which will also power the 6.5-inch iPhone. Apple planned on having a golden iPhone X but abandoned the idea due to production issues. According to Gurman, Apple will release three new iPhones this September, and all three will use Face ID for authentication.
It must be said that in recent years, the colors variations were fairly limited or consensual (classic, if you want), with only white and black on the iPhone X.
If sources are to be believed, Apple is planning to launch its BIGGEST iPhone ever which measures almost 6.5-inch display with a resolution of 2688x1242 pixels.
The "biggest iPhone ever" would have a screen that measures 6.5 inches and is believed to be codenamed "D33" inside the company. We can't get exact measurements from an image, but they do appear to be significantly larger than the iPhone X, so it seems that Apple will in fact be releasing an even larger iPhone this year. And the dual-SIM support is likely to be added in the largest upcoming iPhone.
Apple hasn't made a final decision on including the feature and could choose to wait for E-SIM technology, which will connect phones to multiple networks without the need for a removable chip. But with a dual-SIM, a compromise might be reached. Other features include improved augmented reality capabilities, integration of Siri digital assistant, virtual health monitor, among others. With the new plans, Apple plans to lure back iPhone users with a lineup that offers a model for every taste. The less expensive model is also expected to carry over the X's edge-to-edge design, but will integrate an LCD display to keep cost down.