1-inch and 6.5-inch iPhone X (2018) Design Leaked by Dummies

  • 1-inch and 6.5-inch iPhone X (2018) Design Leaked by Dummies

1-inch and 6.5-inch iPhone X (2018) Design Leaked by Dummies

The measurements of the forthcoming iPad Pros suggest that these devices will retain the same sized screens as last year's models.

The 6.1-inch iPhone, as hinted at by the leaked dummies, might come with larger bezels, a necessary design feature that would allow Apple to outfit the rumored budget device with an LCD panel.

The report also claims the next batch of iPad Pros are going to ditch the 3.5 mm headphone jack so everything has to go through the Lightning cable, which again wouldn't be a huge surprise and would follow what Apple has done with the iPhone. "The leaks suggest that Apple will reduce the size of a 10.5" model from 250.6 x 174.1 x 6mm which is now in use to a new shrunk size of 247.5 x 178.7 x 6mm. The slimmer bezels at the top and bottom are good enough to surround the Face ID area at the top and the display controller at the bottom. Oh and don't expect the box to contain a lightning to 3.5mm audio adapter, even the new 2018 iPhones will not be getting them. 2017 saw the launch of three iPhones: the evolutionary iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus along with the radical (for Apple) iPhone X. Apple will apparently use a new kind of LED backlighting technology in the screen of the 6.1-inch iPhone. Furthermore, new information has surfaced that offers a glimpse at how Apple intends to tackle the problem on the new iPad Pros.

Most of the rumors and reports about the upcoming iPhone devices state that Apple would be releasing three models this year.

Apple iPad is among the best tablets on the market.

The most likely thing is that in the coming weeks we will receive data about these new iPad from the American firm.

It is also being said that the upcoming iPad Pro will be similar to the iPhone SE in design albeit bigger in size with diamond cut edges.

As for the new Face ID, Apple reportedly has it locked to portrait mode, a puzzling decision considering how many users use tablets. That isn't really a big surprise though, as Apple's latest iPhone line-up does not feature a headphone jack. What's new, however, is the mention that FaceID won't work while the iPad is in landscape orientation. There's no confirmation on the names of the upcoming iPhones for now, but there are details about the features, design, specs and price of the new iPhones floating all around the internet.