The popular case maker Olixar has a remarkable track record of smartphone leaks and is back with some updated information on the mini iPhone X which was reportedly to be no larger than the iPhone SE actually producing the schematics to prove the claims is now stating that new sources are claiming that Apple is to produce the largest iPhone it has ever made.
Olixar is so confident about this that the company has already begun production on its official line of accessories, so it seems that big is better for the time beginning.
What is expected is that the 5.9-inch iPhone X will have a 6.1inch budget-friendly iPhone X as well as a 6.5inch iPhone X Plus, which completely drops the plans for Apple to market an iPhone X Mini.
If we take a look at the new schematics we can see the breakdown clearly of the new iPhones compared to the iPhone X.
The current iPhone X is 143.6 x 70.9 mm (5.65 x 2.79 inches)
The Budget iPhone X is going to be 147.12 x 71.52 mm (5.79 x 2.81 inches)
The iPhone X Plus will have the following dimensions: 157.2 x 77.1 mm (6.18 x 3.03 inches)
If, like me you are sceptical about leaks then keep in mind that in the last two years or so Olixar has leaked accurate designs on numerous smartphones including the iPhone, the Galaxy Note 8 and the Galaxy S9, the Galaxy Note 7 and the iPhone 7.
We are expecting for Apple to stick with the all glass backs but Olixar has not revealed anything about the backs of the new phones as yet, but it is rumoured that the iPhone X Plus could house a triple camera.
Commonly agreed is that the new budget iPhone X will cut those costs by staying with a single rear camera just like the iPhone 8, and it's quite possible that the budget phone will lose the 3D touch, and if this cuts the price by slashing an amazing $300 off the cost of the phone then that will cushion the disappointment of many iPhone users who were looking forward to a smaller, premium phone.
It really is amazing when you look back to only a decade or so ago and think about how far the mobile phone has advanced. The technology we now enjoy and take for granted enable our smartphones to act as portable computers we can connect with when and where we choose.
Browsing for goods and services and paying for them has become common place, as is sourcing our entertainment. Personally, I love to play at bingo sites UK as I can use the chat feature to catch up with friends whilst taking in some gaming action.
In fact, online bingo has become one of the coolest games to play online simply because the game is so social and easy to play. I still enjoy my social media sites, but first I will always go to my bingo site to see what the latest gossip is on for that day.
And that is the beauty of today's smartphone, I can personalise my phone with my own apps making it truly my own, so much so that to lose it or have it stolen is a minor disaster.