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Is Apple Launching A New iPhone

Posted August 28, 2018
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I am not too sure how much faith to put in The Daily Mail, the tabloid newspaper of 'choice' here in the UK... 

but if they are right, then Apple is about to release its biggest phone ever.  Apple's annual big reveal show is about a month away now, and there is considerable buzz that Apple is about to relase a 6.5" phone (that's a lot bigger than the iPhoneX, which measures 5.5"). It's called, or so the Daily Mail says, the D33. 

The Daily Mail is also saying that this is iPhoneXI (or 11, for those who are not so good with Roman numerals and have been calling the X the EX, like my Ex wife). 

However, if the Mail is to be believed, the phone will have an edge to edge screen,which would make for some pretty incredible video. The larger size would also make video editing on the phone (I like iMovie) a bit easier to manage. 

The XI, will, in theory, come in several colors (or colours as we say here) - I could care less.  But it is also touted to have a much longer battery life, which would be a major improvement. According to The Daily Mail, the batter is touted to last 40% longer. 

It's also supposed to have an upgraded camera. (I think the camera on the X is pretty good already, but who knows). 

In any event, the Apple unveiling is scheduled for September 12th, so we'll all know by then.

 

 

 


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