These are the alleged prices of iPhone Xs, Xs Max and 6.1″ LCD iPhone

iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and 6.1-inch iPhone prices have been revealed by a German source.


Just last week, the alleged renders of the upcoming iPhone(s) made it to the internet. At that time, it was anticipated that Apple is going to call the next iPhone as the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Plus. Today, the information coming from some German sources has not only gave us an idea about the names of the next iPhone(s) but also about the prices.

First of all, there are going to be 3 new iPhone models this year. Apple is planning on launching the premium iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max. Yes, there is purportedly no Plus model this year. Apple is opting for “Max” for the iPhone naming convention. For the users who cannot afford the premium iPhone, Apple is planning on launching a 6.1-inch iPhone.

The iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs will have Super AMOLED display and premium build just like we saw on the iPhone X last year. However, the iPhone 6.1-inch will have an LCD display and an aluminum frame which will keep the cost down.

iPhone Xs, Xs Max and 6.1" LCD iPhone

As far as the prices are concerned, the 2018 iPhone(s) will have similar prices to last year’s iPhone. The cheaper iPhone 6.1-inch will cost the same as last year’s iPhone 8. The iPhone Xs will cost the same as iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone Xs Max will cost the same as iPhone X.

According to the German source, the prices in the country are going to be €799 for 6.1-inch iPhone, €909 for iPhone Xs, and €1,149 for the iPhone Xs Max.

These prices translate to $699, $799, and $999 in the US as per the prices of previous iPhones.

The upcoming iPhone(s) will follow the design language of the iPhone X. Apple is expected to launch a 512GB variant of the iPhone Xs and Xs Plus or Max this time. Apple’s new A12 chipset will be seen on these phones. Apple is all set to pull the curtains off from its new handsets on September 12.

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Usama is a software engineer by profession and at he uses his expertise to solve everyday consumer tech problems with his main areas of interest being Android, iOS and Windows.

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