Over the last few months we have seen countless reports from a number of sources all claiming the same: Apple is preparing to launch three new iPhone models this fall, all of which will have a design similar to the iPhone X. With September approaching we only a few weeks away to find out if these rumors are true, but a new report from Bloomberg may be as close as we get to confirmation of Apple's fall event.  The source that is familiar with the story, Bloomberg states that Apple's new iPhone models will have "a wider range of prices, features and sizes" than last year's slate but will keep it close to the design introduced in 201
As expected, the pricyest of the three new models will have a 6.5-inch OLED display, a glass back with stainless steel edges and dual rear camera like. This is the device we have referred to as "iPhone X Plus," though Bloomberg notes that internally the 6.5-inch phone is called "D33." The most exciting new feature on the oversized phone will be the ability to see two apps side by side for the first time on an iPhone.
The second OLED iPhone of Apple's 2018 setup will be an upgrade of last year's iPhone X, complete with the same 5.8-inch screen. Known internally as "D22", the iPhone X follow-up will have a faster processor and a better camera, but should look almost identical to the Apple's Apple's Apple debut this fall.
Finally, we come to the iPhone that has received the most attention in recent months. Bloomberg says that the third iPhone model Apple will show up next month, want a 6.1 inch LCD screen, more color choices and aluminum edges instead of stainless steel. Although the LCD phone – the nickname N84 – will end up replacing the iPhone 8, it surely sounds like a spiritual sequel to the iPhone SE and iPhone 5C.
Although all three phones will have different sizes with different features and price points, all three will have the same gesture-based controls that Apple has included on iPhone X when it eliminated the home button. All three phones will also use Face ID, which makes sense when the home button is finally killed completely.
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. began installing 6.5 and 5.8-inch OLED iPhone models in July, but the production of the LCD screen model started earlier earlier this month as there were problems with the LCD panels. In terms of issues, the launch of three phones with similar sets of features has apparently made the naming process even more difficult than usual. "IPhone Xs" has been floated as a possible name for the new 5.8-inch model, but Apple is also thinking of dumping of "Plus" moniker, which means the 6.5-inch model will need a new name completely. Then it's the 6.1 "LCD, which is actually larger and cheaper than the iPhone X follow-up.
It's unnecessary to say that Apple has his hands full. Invitations to the company's autumn event should expire soon, but as many other telephone exchanges have been, there are not many surprises left untouched.