If you missed out on the super limited initial release of the iPhone X, Apple's decade-celebrating new flagship smartphone, then honestly don't worry, because it looks like there'll be more than enough end-to-end screen action for everyone come 2018.
According to fresh new reports (the best kind of reports) obtained by MacRumors, three new iPhones will be releasing next year, each one coming with an all-screen display similar to that of the iPhone X.
According to the leak, which cites KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo as its source, Apple is planning to release a new iPhone X with a whopping 6.5-inch display (the current iPhone X has a 5.8-inch screen and the 8 Plus has a 5.5-inch screen), making it the biggest iPhone ever.
The 6.5-inch iPhone (supposedly the plus version of the iPhone X) will release alongside a new 5.8-inch model, with both utilisng the OLED screen technology that's one of the current X's main selling points.
For its third and final new model, it's claimed that Apple will release a 6.1-inch model with a standard LCD display, which will appeal to those who don't want to buy a phone for the equivalent of a new MacBook.
On top of all that, it looks like we have come to the end of the home button era, with Face ID rolling out as standard in all upcoming iPhones.
B-b-but we like the home button, Apple?
That's progress, comrades.
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