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Video allegedly stars all three 2018 Apple iPhone dummy units



Remember Sonny Dickson? He is the Australian tipster who back in 2013, disseminated a number of pictures showing dummy units of the colorful Apple iPhone 5c well before the device was officially unveiled. Today, a video created by DetroitBORG, and posted on its YouTube channel, presents dummy units of the three new Apple iPhone models expected to be unveiled next month. The dummy units were obtained by Dickson.

The video shows the iPhone X sequel, which will carry a 5.8-inch OLED panel, the iPhone X Plus unit with a massive 6.5-inch OLED screen, and the unit dubbed the iPhone 9. The latter will reportedly sport a 6.1-inch LCD panel, and will be the most affordable of the trio. All three handsets will be equipped with the TrueDepth Camera, Face ID and the notch. The trio will come with iOS 12 pre-installed and the TSMC manufactured A12 chipset under the hood. A fast charger is expected to be included in the box with each of the new phones. This eliminates the need for 2018 iPhone buyers to run over to the Apple Store and pay $49 for one. After all, that is what owners of the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X have to do if they want to rapidly re-charge the battery inside their handset.

Earlier this month, we used some common sense to predict that the three new iPhone models will be unveiled on September 12th. That was the date last year when Apple took the wraps off of the 2017 units.

Want to get a good look at what Apple might unveil in 30 days? Click on the video at the top of this article.

source: DetroitBORG

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