Apple to release its biggest phone ever

Apple to release its biggest phone ever

According to a new report that also claims it is developing a more accessible, cheaper version of the flagship phone with some of its headline features.

New colours are also expected. Apple is rumoured to be considering the release of a gold version of the iPhone X – a colour that every iPhone up until the 8 came in, but which has been eschewed for the X in favour of more conservative white and black options.

In all, there will be three phones released this year, according to the report from Bloomberg. They will include a big version of the iPhone X, an upgraded one with new hardware, and a cheaper one that retains some of the same features.

The iPhone X Plus would be much bigger than the current large phone offered by Apple. The iPhone X currently sits somewhere between the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus in terms of size – and the new, bigger phone would have a screen size of 6.5 inches, roughly the same size as the 8 Plus but with much more of its front taken up with screen.

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