Apple’s iPhone X Plus, a larger take on last year’s lauded iPhone X, has long been pegged by analysts and tech-watchers for release later this year.
And now a new leak has given us the first look at what to expect from the largest iPhone ever.
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A pair of images claiming to show off the iPhone X Plus’s 6.5–inch display and an internal digitiser component are likely to be the first of many unveiled by tipsters throughout 2018.
The photos, purportedly taken at an LG assembly part in Vietnam, are believed to be part of a test run, with final production not due to begin until late summer.
LG is said to be joining Samsung as an iPhone X screen supplier this year.
The images appear to confirm that the iPhone X Plus will essentially be an identical take on the iPhone X, albeit with a larger display.
Apple is expected to include Face ID and the same TrueDepth camera tech found in last year’s model.
Although pricing will not be confirmed until launch, the iPhone X Plus is set to cost over £1,000.
Recent reports have suggested Apple is also working on a cheaper update to the iPhone X, using LCD screen tech and dropping features such as 3D Touch in order to keep costs down.