The iPhone X Plus schematics do tell us that the 6.5-inch phone will be slightly smaller than the 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus: that's 157.2 x 77.1 mm (6.18 x 3.03 inches) vs. 158.4 x 78.1 mm (6.24 x 3.07 inches).
With just three months to go before the launch of the new 2018 iPhone flagships, Apple has fewer and fewer secrets about them. Both these iPhones will be ultra-premium variants with top-notch features.
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Forbes claims that the flash isn't featured on the schematics: "I've been asked if one lens is the flash, it isn't".
Schematics and sizing details have leaked for some of Apple's forthcoming iPhone models, specifically the larger "Plus" model and the alleged "budget" model.More news: Negotiators scramble to put something together for Trump and Kim
The budget iPhone X should feature a 6.1-inch screen as an improvement on the current model but will not get a multi-lens camera.
There are plenty of rumors suggesting that Apple is working on one or two additional iPhone X models with even bigger displays than its current version.
As per an exclusive report by Gordon Kelly on Forbes, the larger of the phones called iPhone X Plus will have a massive 6.5-inch screen.More news: Garmin Vivoactive 3 gets onboard storage for music
Apple iPhone X Plus could come with a triple-rear camera configuration, according to a Forbes report, which shared leaked schematics of the upcoming iPhone X Plus and the budget iPhone X for 2018. Apple is reportedly planning to sell this budget iPhone for a price as low as $599 or $699 according to early estimates, which would definitely make it an instant hit with the buyers. Meanwhile, the 5.8-inch successor to the iPhone X will continue to sport dual-rear cameras, and will support second-generation Face ID support, along with the bigger, more expensive iPhone X Plus. Everyone was excited this year to hear some updates regarding the next iPhone at WWDC 2018 but the conference ended with no major announcements.