This affordable iPhone from Apple may also support wireless charging.

iPhone 9 specs leaked May sport 61-inch LCD display single rear cameraImage for representation
Atom Tech Shorts Tuesday, August 07, 2018 - 11:58

Rumors and speculation always precede the launch of marquee smartphones and the ever-popular iPhones are no exception. According to latest rumours on the upcoming launch of iPhones, the company may announce 3 new iPhones this year and the much talked about ones are the iPhone X Plus, a follow through on last year’s iPhone X at the high end and the iPhone 9

Apple may position iPhone 9 as the more affordable phone in order to conjure up the sales volumes against formidable competitors like Samsung and OnePlus.

Though there have been claims from time to time on a few features that could be added to the new devices expected to be launched in September, coming so close to the reveal, these leaks have gained some traction.

The iPhone 9 is expected to sport a 6.1-inch LCD display and a glass panel in the rear which more or less confirms that the iPhone 9 will come with the wireless charging facility. The leaked image also gives away that there will only be a single camera in the rear and the physical volume buttons on the left side. The leaked image only reveals the rear upper half of what could be iPhone 9. Rest of the predictions are purely speculative.

The other information that these sources have been able to gather relate to the proposed new models of iPad. Here they have relied on the screenshot of an iPad and it shows Apple will apply the bezel-free display on the iPads too and that the facial recognition tool housed inside the notch as in the iPhone X and not in the middle of the screen.

This is being taken as a confirmed change following the information from iOS 12 for iPads which show the clock being located on the left corner of the screen instead of in the centre seen earlier.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 specs leaked: May sport massive battery, have 512GB variant

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