Apple’s new iPhones could come with dual SIM support

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Based on the latest set of leaks, the 6.1-inch iPhone recently got leaked via a couple of images showing it listed on the Apple site. This may be a problem since it seems Apple has a tight supply of the device because of minor complications fitting backlights for the LCD display. For those who own any of the Apple devices that include iPhone, iPad, Mac or iPod here's where you can stream the launch event.

The Verge said the phone in the photo looks different from the one in an earlier dual-SIM iPhone leak, suggesting that this may be a different model, or possibly an inaccurate leak. The budget handset is believed to feature a 6.1-inch LCD display and will have toned down specifications in comparison to the XS and XS Max.

However, even this close to launch, there's still some confusion as to what those other two iPhones will be called.

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"Don't expect massively disruptive new features but smart pricing repositioning around an enhanced iPhone X, enabling Apple to increase the overall average selling price of its smartphone lineup", said Forrester analyst Thomas Husson.

Apple will likely announce when iOS 12, Watch OS 5, and tvOS 12 will be released.

We'll have to wait until the september 12 Apple event to find out. If that's true, then it also pretty much confirms that the iPhone Xc would be the first iPhone with dual SIM support as shown in the rose gold version above.

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Last year, Apple previewed a charging mat called AirPower, but never mentioned it again.

"In our view, changing display sizes with a new iPhone rollout (vs. last year's 5.8-inch iPhone X, 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus and 4.7-inch iPhone 8) provides a catalyst for incremental consumer upgrades", White added in the investor note.

With Apple's big autumn event just two days away, iPhone speculation has reached peak turgidity. That would make it one of the largest mass-market phones ever sold and about an inch larger than the screen on the iPhone 8 Plus.

Apple has already announced a new AirPods case that can charge wirelessly, but other new features are still rumored, like water resistance and noise cancellation. We still don't know what Apple's plans are for USB-C on an iPad Pro, assuming that's happening.

Bloomberg reported in February that Apple is considering to offer a dual-SIM model of the 6.5-inch iPhone in some markets. A recent report has hinted that Apple is considering eliminating the "Plus" moniker and instead use "Max".

-This post originally appeared on Business Insider.