The analyst believed that the iPhone maker would announce and release all three 2018 iPhones in September. The schematic does show three grooves that are expected to house the iPhone X Plus' triple-rear camera setup.
What we see here is a dual camera setup that matches the current iPhone X. The middle "camera" should be the flash.
That being said, even if the 2018 iPhones turn out to be relatively cheaper than their predecessors, you might still not be able to get your hands on one as Apple will reportedly ship 20 per cent lesser iPhones this year as compared with its plans of last year.
A budget iPhone that's in the making is likely to feature a notched 6.1-inch display. In a recent research note, Ming-Chi Kuo said that pricing for Apple's upcoming iPhones for the year 2018 could start at $600.
Schematics have allegedly leaked for Apple's upcoming 6.1-inch LCD iPhone and 6.5-inch OLED "iPhone X Plus", reports Forbes.
It seems impossible to keep a handset as high-profile as the iPhone XI a secret, and today we have another leak, this time in the form of schematics for the largest, most premium of the three rumored handsets, which we'll call the iPhone XI Plus for now, along with the most affordable option, which we're currently referring to as the iPhone 9. The 6.5-inch model will apparently measure 157.2 x 77.1mm, which is slightly more compact than the iPhone 8 Plus, and will have a steel chassis like the iPhone X which means it may weigh a little more than the iPhone 8 Plus.
The second new iPhone X features a 6.1-inch display but a single lens rear camera.
The bodyshell measures 147.12 x 71.52mm and the phone will not feature 3D Touch in the display, presumably a cost cutting exercise. The iPhone X Plus model will understanbly be the most expensive and may cost around the $999 tag as last year's iPhone X, while the 5.8-inch iPhone X successor may fall somewhere in between the two other iPhones. Everyone was excited this year to hear some updates regarding the next iPhone at WWDC 2018 but the conference ended with no major announcements.