6.1-inch iPhone 9 LCD front panel leaked
Today, a Twitter user named @TechNavvi leaked the image information of the LCD front panel of the new 6.1-inch iPhone, indicating that this model is likely to be called 'iPhone 9'. It is obvious that the lower part of the new iPhone 9 is very narrow. , So we can basically be sure that it uses the same COP technology as the iPhone X, and the opening on the front panel also means that it has bangs similar to the iPhone X.
This year, Apple is expected to launch three new iPhones, including a 6.1-inch LCD screen iPhone, a 5.8-inch AMOLED iPhone XS and a 6.5-inch AMOLED iPhone XS Plus. At present, the most concerned about the new machine is the dual card dual standby function, which was confirmed by China Mobile yesterday.
The iOS 12 beta version code information indicates that the system components responsible for creating the diagnostic report include the 'second SIM status' and 'second SIM card status' commands. This information clearly indicates that iOS will be updated in the future to use devices that support two SIM cards.
According to some past reports, this new 6.1-inch LCD screen will be called iPhone XC, and XS will correspond to the mid-range and high-end markets respectively.
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