Let’s Talk About The iPhone X Rumors

2017 marks the iPhone’s 10th anniversary and with that comes a big surprise for all Apple lovers. The iPhone X is said to come out in several months and there are many rumors flying around about the impressive features it will hold. Some things might be similar to the 2016 iPhone 7 but things like the display might change in the iPhone X. Here are some rumors about the changes in the iPhone X.

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One of the most well known rumors is that of the iPhone X’s edge-to-edge OLED display. This display would include Touch ID fingerprint and the front camera. This means that both the Touch ID and front camera would become part of the display screen instead of on top and bottom of the screen. However, other rumors have said that the Touch ID sensor might be placed in the back of the phone, like many Samsung smartphones.


As for size, it is said that there will be three different iPhone X models. One of those models will have a 5.5-inch OLED screen along with a dual cameraAnother one will have a 5.5-inch screen as well but with an LCD screen. The last one will be a 4.7-inch iPhone with an LCD screen with just a single camera.

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As previously said, the display on the iPhone X could be flexible plastic OLED instead of LCD. This will enable Apple to have a much thinner device which will help use less power and have more true to life colors. 

There has also been talk about the iPhone X having curved sides like the Samsung Galaxy S7. Rumors have also said that Apple will move away from aluminum and go back to having a glass body like they did before the iPhone 5.

There are many opinions on what will be included in the iPhone X but nothing can be sure for at least the next couple of months. For the last few years, Apple has released their phones in September, so the iPhone X is expected to be unveiled in September 2017. Apple lovers will hopefully be able to purchase the iPhone X in October 2017.

Featured image from Twitter/ Benjamin Geskin

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