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Apple fans have to wait until September to get their hands on the latest iPhones of the tech giant, but a new set of filtered images can give consumers a preview of what the devices look like.

Apple fans will have to wait until September to get their hands on the latest iPhones of the tech giant, but a new set of filtered images can give consumers a preview of what the devices look like.

The images, published by the notorious Twitter search engine Ben Geskin, show fictitious models for what appear to be 6.5-inch and 6.1-inch iPhones.

The fictitious models were built on the basis of filtered design schemes and could be very similar to what appear to be phones that have not yet been launched.

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Apple fans have to wait until September to get their hands on the latest iPhones of the tech giant, but a new set of filtered images can give consumers a preview of what the devices look like.

Apple fans have to wait until September to get their hands on the latest iPhones of the tech giant, but a new set of filtered images can give consumers a preview of what the devices look like.

Geskin, who shared images of upcoming Apple phones in the past, tweeted photos of a 6.1-inch iPhone that faithfully reflects the "budget model". that is rumored.

It is speculated that Apple will launch three new iPhones in the fall: a 5.8-inch model, a 6.1-inch iPhone and an extra-large version of 6.5 inches and "XL".

According to veteran Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the 6.1-inch iPhone would retain many of the features used in the iPhone X, but it would probably cost more than the ten-year-old device.

In the photos, the 6.1-inch model, shown in black, can be seen as a rear camera with a single lens.

Following the rumors, the 6.1-inch device has a notch at the top of the screen, as well as an edge-to-edge screen.

It is difficult to say in the photo if the 6.1-inch phone has an LCD screen or slightly larger bevels, as reports have indicated.

It is speculated that Apple will launch three new iPhones in the fall: a 5.8-inch model, a 6.1-inch iPhone and a 6.5-inch large XL version.

It is speculated that Apple will launch three new iPhones in the fall: a 5.8-inch model, a 6.1-inch iPhone and a 6.5-inch large XL version.

In the photos, you can see that the 6.1-inch model has a unique rear lens camera

In the photos, you can see that the 6.1-inch model has a unique rear lens camera

It is speculated that Apple will launch three new iPhones in the fall: a 5.8-inch model, a 6.1-inch iPhone and a 6.5-inch large XL version.

The fictitious models (in the image) were built on the basis of filtered design schemes and could be very similar to what appear to be phones that have not yet been launched.

The fictitious models (in the image) were built on the basis of filtered design schemes and could be very similar to what appear to be phones that have not yet been launched.

The fictitious models (in the image) were built on the basis of filtered design schemes and could be very similar to what appear to be phones that have not yet been launched.

Rumors have also suggested that the 6.1-inch iPhone will have an aluminum band and an LCD screen to keep costs down.

There is not much new information about the iPhone & # 39; XL & # 39; Of the photos.

The 6.5-inch device, represented in white, appears to have a dual-lens camera configuration like that of the iPhone X.

It also seems to have a notch and an edge to edge to show, although one that is a bit larger than the model next to it.

The images come after Geskin recently leaked separate images that supposedly show the glass panels that will be used on the 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.5-inch iPhones.

Although it is expected to include the largest screen of Apple so far, the iPhone X Plus can still be offered at the same price as the $ 999 iPhone X.

It is rumored that Apple is preparing three new iPhones by the end of this year. Now, a filtered image shows the glass panels that will be used in iPhone models

It is rumored that Apple is preparing three new iPhones by the end of this year. Now, a filtered image shows the glass panels that will be used in iPhone models

It is rumored that Apple is preparing three new iPhones by the end of this year. Now, a filtered image shows the glass panels that will be used in iPhone models

In the photo, the 5.8-inch model has noticeably thicker bezels than the other two versions, so it's likely to have an LCD screen

In the photo, the 5.8-inch model has noticeably thicker bezels than the other two versions, so it's likely to have an LCD screen

In the photo, the 5.8-inch model has noticeably thicker bezels than the other two versions, so it's likely to have an LCD screen

The 6.1-inch device would be Apple's cheapest model in the lineup at a price of $ 799, analysts have suggested.

Meanwhile, the 5.8-inch model would be a mid-range option with a price of $ 899.

Kuo previously predicted that the 5.8-inch device would maintain many of the features used in the iPhone X, but would also have updated components, which would result in a higher price.

The second-generation iPhone X and the iPhone X Plus / XL would come in black, white and gold, while the 6.1-inch model could come in a variety of colors, including gray, white, blue, red and orange, according to Kuo. .

WHAT ARE THE RUMORS OF iPHONE 2018 UNTIL NOW?

Apple only launched the iPhone X a few months ago, but the latest rumors about its 2018 smartphone have already reached the web.

In August, rumors of the supply chain said the iPhone 9 will be available in two sizes, including one with a massive screen that would be Apple's largest yet.

According to reports, the size & # 39; Plus & # 39; it will have a 6.46-inch screen and will be sold along with a smaller 5.85-inch model in an attempt to compete with Samsung's Galaxy Note.

The filtration came from a source inside Samsung Display, the only OLED provider for the next iPhones.

The source also said that the smaller version was originally going to be a 5.28-inch model, but that the company increased it to 5.85 inches due to the growing demand from consumers for phones with larger screens.

A new claim in the supply chain reflects rumors that the iPhone 9 will be available in two sizes, including one with a massive screen that would be the largest Apple so far. According to reports, the size & # 39; Plus & # 39; will have a 6.46-inch screen and will be sold along with a smaller 5.85-inch model

A new claim in the supply chain reflects rumors that the iPhone 9 will be available in two sizes, including one with a massive screen that would be the largest Apple so far. According to reports, the size & # 39; Plus & # 39; will have a 6.46-inch screen and will be sold along with a smaller 5.85-inch model

In August, rumors of the supply chain indicated that the iPhone 9 will be available in two sizes, including one with a massive screen that would be the largest Apple (common image, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus)

A recent Apple leak suggested that the company could cancel the iPhone X.

One analyst says that the disappointing sales of the new model could lead to the phone being canceled, and production will be suspended as soon as this summer.

This could be the first time that Apple canceled a phone model from the iPhone 5C in 2014.

Experts believe that the lack of interest in the phone is due in large part to the notch, which many Chinese potential customers believe that eliminates too much screen space.

Now, Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities says that Apple will launch three new iPhone models, including a slightly cheaper 6.1-inch phone without 3D touch.

It could also launch an updated iPhone X with a 5.8-inch OLED screen and a larger 6.5-inch OLED model, potentially called iPhone X Plus.

The 6.1-inch phone will have an aluminum frame similar to the iPhone 8 and the screen will be an LCD panel instead of OLED, he predicted.

The 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus will have specifications similar to the current design, but an OLED screen and 4 GB of RAM, predicts.

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