As Apple's new product launch in the fall of 2018 approaches, we've seen more and more pictures and details about the company's unpublished but highly anticipated products being exposed.
According to previous reports, Apple will release three new iPhones this year, including 6.5-inch and 5.8-inch OLED models, as well as a 6.1-inch LCD model. All three new models will use an iPhone X-like design. In the past few weeks, people who have broken the news have shared photos of the three new iPhone models.
Just last weekend, a netizen named Mikelagore shared a photo of a real machine that is said to be a 6.1-inch iPhone, showing the top half of the back of the phone. The photo is not particularly clear, and the authenticity is not confirmed, but we can see several iconic designs, such as dual LED flash, single camera and Apple logo. Of course, there are some aesthetic design clues for other Apple phones, such as buttons on the side of the fuselage and glass back panels.
Although Apple has always paid great attention to the confidentiality of new products, there are still a lot of relevant information leaked out. There are rumors that this year's LCD iPhone will face production problems and may be delayed until October or November.