Apple has announced the iPhone 8 Plus, the first iPhone to be announced with an 8-inch display.
The iPhone X is still a year away from launch, but the company is already making some pretty interesting announcements in the wake of the announcement.
We’ve been getting plenty of hands-on time with the iPhone in the last few weeks, so it’s been nice to get some of the details on the new iPhone.
But it’s important to note that most of these details are still subject to change.
The new iPhones are going to be bigger, faster, and have better displays than their predecessors.
Here’s what you need for the most up-to-date information on the iPhone.
Apple’s new iPhone X models are expected to be the first models to ship in 2018, and the new iPhones will have larger display sizes, a larger display, and new Apple Pencil features.
These features will be available with a 5.7-inch OLED display and a 12.3-megapixel camera, according to a report from Bloomberg.
Apple is also rumored to be working on an upgraded iPhone XR, and it sounds like this will be a much smaller iPhone X. The company is said to be in discussions with Chinese handset maker Xiaomi about a smaller iPhone.
If this all sounds familiar, it’s because it’s happened before.
The last iPhone model to ship with a larger, OLED display was the iPhone 7 Plus, which Apple discontinued in 2017.