Everything we know about Apple’s 2018 iPhone lineup

iPhone X 2018

This coming Wednesday, the collective eyes of the tech world will be laser focused on Apple’s media event where the company will introduce its 2018 iPhone lineup for the first time. This year’s event will be particularly intriguing because Apple is poised to unveil not one, not two, but three brand new iPhone models. Predictably, Apple hasn’t been able to keep rumors about its next-gen iPhone lineup under wraps, which is to say we already have a pretty solid idea of what we can expect Tim Cook and co. to announce when they take the stage at the Steve Jobs Theater this coming week.

Apple this year is expected to introduce three brand new iPhone models, a lineup which includes a revamped version of the iPhone X, a 6.5-inch iPhone X variant, and a 6.1-inch iPhone with a nearly edgeless LCD display. As far as product names are concerned, a massive leak recently revealed that Apple plans to slightly shake up the naming scheme it uses for new iPhone models. Specifically, Apple’s next-gen iPhone X will reportedly be called the iPhone Xs while the larger 6.5-inch model will reportedly be called the iPhone Xs Max. Meanwhile, it remains to be seen what Apple calls the 6.1-inch model. Incidentally, some sketchy reports have indicated it might be dubbed the iPhone XR or even the iPhone XC. There's also a possibility, however slight, that Apple may simply call it the iPhone 9.

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