Apple to launch largest iPhone ever this fall

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Bloomberg's Mark Gurman notes that this iPhone is codenamed D33, and some prototypes are being tested with a screen resolution of 1242×2688 pixels. The company is reportedly planning on releasing three new versions of its mobile devices this year and one of them could be the biggest iPhone yet.

According to the report, Apple plans to use A12 processors in both the new Plus-sized phone and a sequel to the iPhone X called D32, enabling both the larger and same-sized phones to outperform the current iPhone X.

The American technology giant Apple may release three new smartphones later this year, if reports are to be believed then the company will launch a phone with a display bigger than the arch-rival Samsung's flagship phone. Apple, however, could introduce a gold-colored iPhone X apart from the black and white options available now. Bloomberg is also claiming that there will be a gold option to appeal to Asian consumers.

For starters, Apple's expected to offer an iPhone that would directly succeed last year's X and offer an OLED 5.8-inch display and a stainless steel/glass body.

Apple is secretly working on a new phone with a massive 6.5 inch screen, Bloomberg has claimed. Over the weekend, however, an alleged photo of a 6.5-inch iPhone display leaked online (that would be the alleged iPhone X Plus). And the dual-SIM support is likely to be added in the largest upcoming iPhone.

We might not just get a new iPhone X this spring.

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The device will be Apple's first real attempt at created a budget device since it launched the iPhone 5c.

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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.

These devices were the iPhone 8, the iPhone 8 Plus and the hugely anticipated iPhone X. The OLED screen will be replaced with an LCD version, saving on costs all the way around.

Lastly, the report says that the company is reading iOS 12 update that will bring " upgraded augmented reality capabilities, deeper integration of the Siri digital assistant, digital health monitoring and the ability to use Animojis in FaceTime".