Apple is set to launch two new OLED iPhone successors to the iPhone X at 2018 event, and the 6.5-Inch OLED Flagship device is named iPhone XS Max while the other upgraded 5.8-inch model is called the iPhone XS.
It’s the first ever time Apple has named its iPhone with the term Max, and tech experts wonder if this would begin a future smartphone range that focuses on the larger screen devices. In addition iPhone XS will arrive with even bigger battery than the smaller XS. According to 9to5Mac report, both the devices will an internal spec boost with 4GB RAM compared to the current 3GB RAM capacity that was present on iPhone X.Read more ↓
Both iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max are expected to deliver better performance considering Apple’s A12 chipset that will be a part of the 2018 iPhone lineup. Other leaks hinted that iPhone XS Max will support Apple Pencil, and is probably the first iPhone with stylus support.
The California-based giant will officially announce more details at its event on September 12th.