By now, most of us have seen the iPhone 7 Plus, which debuted in September.
But before we get into the full-on review, let’s first talk about what to expect from Apple’s next flagship smartphone.
We’ve already discussed the differences between the iPhone 6s and iPhone 7, which are obvious from the images of the devices’ front and back.
The larger screen has been replaced by the bigger 5.5-inch OLED display, which has a pixel density of 401ppi (that’s pixels per inch).
The new iPhone is said to have a 5-inch curved OLED display that offers 1080p resolution.
The new iPhone’s main camera has also been bumped to 12 megapixels, up from the 8 megapixel one.
Apple has also reportedly added an “iPhone XS” model with a 12-megapixel camera.
In terms of resolution, the iPhone XS model will get an “iSight” sensor, while the XS and XS Max models will have “iFace” sensors.
All of the images on this page were captured with an iPhone X, but not all of the iPhone models have been tested.
So far, the phone with the best image quality seems to be the iPhone 9 Plus.
It is also rumored to have the best front camera, which we’ll cover in a bit.
The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are expected to go on sale in October, and they’ll both have the same new screen size.
The iPhone 8 Plus will have a larger 5.7-inch screen with an even higher pixel density (401ppi).
The iPhone Xs and Xs Max will be even bigger, with a 5.8-inch display with the same resolution.
The iPhones with the higher pixel densities will be priced at around $10,000 and $17,000, respectively.
There are a few different specs for each model.
The 8 Plus has the same 16GB of RAM as the iPhone 8, which means that it can handle apps and other high-end content for longer.
The 9 Plus will be able to handle up to 16GB more RAM.
The Xs Plus will get a higher-end GPU, but it’s unclear if it will have an integrated GPU or a separate chip.
The iPhones with higher pixel sizes will also get a faster A9 processor, which Apple says will deliver better battery life.
It will also have better camera performance, though the company hasn’t released specs for this.
The 9 Plus and X Plus will also include Face ID, a fingerprint scanner that allows you to authenticate yourself to the phone using your fingerprint.
This feature, however, is not available for the X and X Max models.
The 7 Plus will still have the iPhone’s 3.5mm headphone jack, while both models will get 5.2-inch displays.
The 7 Plus has a more advanced camera with a more powerful sensor, though we don’t have enough information to say for sure what its features are yet.
The X and Max models should be available in October for around $15,000 each.
Both iPhones are expected in November, with the iPhone S and S Plus coming out by the end of the year.