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“iPhone Xs Max” reported name for Apple’s flagship smartphone

Last week, detailed images of the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Plus were reported by 9to5Mac. The latest details appear that the new 6.5″ iPhone Xs is reported to be dubbed the iPhone Xs Max by Apple.

This will be joined alongside the reported iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone R, which is the reported name for Apple’s reported lower-end smartphone, priced at around the level the 2017 iPhone 8 is. The suffix “Plus” has been used since 2014 when Apple announced the iPhone 6 Plus and is currently used in the iPhone 8 Plus lineup.

The latest Apple smartphone is set to be announced on September 12 at Apple’s “Gather Round” event and should include 4GB of RAM, a processor bump, and the general improvements to the camera system and display.

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