More and more reports are claiming that Apple’s OLED iPhone will be called the iPhone X when it’s released next week.
If you weren’t aware, this year marks Apple’s 10th anniversary of making iPhones, and to celebrate, Apple will unveil three new iPhones next week at its annual September event. Previously, it was speculated that Apple would name the devices the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus, and the iPhone 8, however, all of that has changed. Instead, reports are stating Apple will now name them the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X. Why the recent name change? According to reports, these devices will offer a dramatic shift in technology, especially the iPhone X.
All three iPhones will offer wireless charging, but the iPhone X will be the first iPhone to have an edge-to-edge OLED display, an updated design, and facial recognition. Since this one of a kind iPhone will sport high-end features, it’ll cost $1000 or more.
While most reports seem pretty certain the OLED iPhone will be called the iPhone X, there are still a few reports that believe it will be called the iPhone Edition. Whether the premium iPhone will be called the iPhone X or iPhone Edition remains to be seen. We’ll know for sure when Apple unveils all three iPhones on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater.