Just last week dummy units of 2018’s iPhone X, 9 and X Plus models surfaced. Now thanks to new dummy units obtained by Sonny Dickson and reviewed by DetroitBORG on YouTube, we have a pretty good idea of what we can expect, and come Apple’s September iPhone event, it’s safe to say that probably won’t be any surprises.
Dickson has in the past accurately leaked photos of Apple’s upcoming iPhones, so it stands to believe that these dummy units that he’s gotten could be pretty close to the real thing. The review doesn’t tell us anything new that we didn’t already know, namely that Apple will be using the edge-to-edge display design across all three models this year.
The iPhone 9 will be Apple’s LCD iPhone with a 6.1-inch display, while the X Plus will use OLED like its smaller sibling, but packed into a larger 6.5-inch display. The camera situation will also be different with the iPhone X and X Plus sporting dual cameras, while the iPhone 9 will be using just one.
Also in case it wasn’t already obvious, all three 2018 iPhone models will be doing away with Touch ID and will instead rely solely on Face ID. There has not been any confirmation yet from Apple, but if the speculation is correct, we’re looking at an announcement in the second week of September.