Now that we all have our iPhone X and iPhone 8 devices either currently in our hands or en route to our homes, we are at peace with the crumbling world around us. You could even say we are content and have no interest in entertaining the usual premature hype given to whatever next year's phones may bring, as we have learned the power of simply appreciating what we have.
Obvious lies and idealistic bullshit aside, let's get real. The chatter about Apple's 2018 plans has indeed already kicked off and you know damn well any self-respecting publication will publish every single rumor, even when the rumors contradict each other and offer zero clarity. In that spirit, strap in for the rumored allegedness surrounding whisperings of Apple having a trio of new iPhones on deck for next year.
As spotted by CNBC Monday, a note from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (by way of MacRumors) suggests Apple is planning to drop a "high-end" device with a massive 6.5-inch display. Apple is also reportedly (allegedly, possibly, maybe, etc.) dropping a 5.8-incher and a 6.1-incher. The 6.5 and 5.8-inch devices, MacRumors said, will boast OLED displays, while the 6.1-incher will have LCD. Presumably, the rumored device with a 6.5-inch display is the iPhone X Plus.
All three devices will reportedly arrive with full-screen notched design and the X's TrueDepth camera capabilities. The source of these whisperings, Ming-Chi Kuo, is touted by MacRumors as someone who "doesn't have an absolutely perfect track record, [but] often relays accurate information from his sources within Apple's supply chain." Fair enough.