It seems like the iPhone X just came out, but apparently Apple is already planning a bigger and better version of its latest release. According to Bloomberg, the next iPhone will have a larger screen and plenty of upgrades. But how big will the sequel to the iPhone X actually be? It sounds like it’s going to set new records for the tech giant.
Industry insiders are reporting that the next generation of iPhones will include three devices: “the largest iPhone ever, an upgraded handset the same size as the current iPhone X, and a less expensive model with some of the flagship phone’s key features.” It definitely sounds like the next version is going to be even better than the current one, and it’s exciting to think that Apple will be rolling out so many products.
The biggest version of the next iPhone is reportedly going to have a 6.5-inch screen.
But it will fit in your hand the same way the iPhone 8 Plus does — the screen will just be larger because of the edge-to-edge design.
That’s almost a full inch bigger than the current iPhone X’s 5.8-inch screen, so the difference should be pretty noticeable if you upgrade.
The anonymous sources also told Bloomberg that Apple is planning to make the official announcement in the fall, as usual, and that the phones will come with a new iOS that won’t give us quite so many troubles as all the iPhone bugs that have been popping up over the last few months. If we never see that “I” autocorrect issue again, it’ll be too soon.
If you love the features of the iPhone X but are still looking for a larger screen, it sounds like this one is going to be for you. Now, we just have to wait for the official details… which probably won’t be here for months. Fingers crossed that the wait is worth it!