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Three new iPhones detailed in Bloomberg report

The company is reportedly planning to launch three new iPhone models, including one with a 6.5-inch display, the largest it has ever included on an iPhone.

Mark Gurman and Debby Wu of Bloomberg News revealed more details of Apple's planned makeover for its fall 2018 iPhone models.

On the positive side, the new iPhones will boast significantly bigger, edge-to-edge screens.

According to Bloomberg, the names of the new devices have been subject to a lot of debate at the company - one of the new devices may be called the iPhone "Xs".

Apple now is working on 6.5 inches "iPhone X Plus" that will feature OLED display and it will join the next generation of 5.8-inch OLED iPhone X in the coming year.

On the other hand, the high-end 6.5-inch iPhone, which is recognized as the D33, is fueled with stainless steel edges and dual cameras on the back.

Following the success of the iPhone X, the tech world is waiting to see what Apple has up its sleeve next - and with new devices expected to be announced mid-September, we shouldn't have to wait too long to find out.

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Apple is aiming for a Q4 2018 release so mass production and assembly of the OLED screens began last month. They will also feature Face ID, Apple's system for unlocking the phones by glancing at them. Staley Capital Advisers Inc. now owns 36,148 shares of the iPhone maker's stock worth $6,065,000 after buying an additional 341 shares during the period.

The Apple iPhone XS Plus will be having a bigger display than the Apple iPhone X and the iPhone XS will be having a smaller display than the iPhone X. For the upgrade to the 5.8-sail iPhone X, the "foremost changes" will seemingly be iterative updates to processing hump and the camera.

The assembly of new iPhone devices are shared by Foxconn and Pegatron, with the former landing the majority of the assembly orders for the two OLED-screen models and 30% of orders for the LCD model, the sources disclosed.

Success of the new phones will also be crucial for driving Apple's services income including iCloud, Apple Pay and Apple Music, as well as various digital download services within its ecosystem.

Apart from the new iPhone models and Apple Watch, Apple is believed to debut a new iPad Pro. And a lower cost iPhone won't be a bad thing, either. The source added that the two superior devices will be girded with a dual-sim capability in some regions. Apple could well decide that a stylus for the 2018 iPhone is an idea with legs, and that 3D Touch - perhaps with a UI revamp to make its benefits more obvious - still has usefulness. They are expected to have haptic-enabled buttons like the home buttons on iPhone 7 and 8.

And, according to reports, neither does Apple, because it's allegedly facing a 'naming conundrum' over how to christen its new products.

Apple has hands-free features available as Animoji and Memoji through its 3D sensing on the iPhone X.

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