The leaks surrounding Apple's 2018 iPhone line have started to intensify, with the Cupertino company gearing up to officially reveal its new handsets later this week.
Based on the invite we're expecting Apple boss Tim Cook to take to the stage at 10am PDT, which is local California time.
Albeit the design and placements of SIM cards on the SIM tray as seen in the above poster is quite different from earlier leaks from SlashLeaks, it confirms that truly, Apple will release dual SIM iPhones in less than 2 days.
The 5.8-inch iPhone XS is expected to be priced around $999 (Rs 72,500 approx) whereas the top-end model iPhone XS Max with 6.5-inch display will cost around $1,049 (Rs 76,000 approximately). The smaller 5.8-inch iPhone XS will fetch $900 USB or £696, AU$1,266 while the larger iPhone XS Plus will fetch a price tag of $1,000 USB or £774, AU$1,404.
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The XC will probably cost about £599, which is £100 cheaper than last year's iPhone 8. Last year, the lowest-spec iPhone X retailed for $999 in the USA, but R20 499 here.
China Telecom, in a social media post, showed a promotional image that has the illustration of an apple - yes, the fruit - accompanied by two SIM cards. The iPhone XC is tipped to feature a single-lens camera on the back, and would also feature FaceID and 3D Touch.
At the launch of the iPhone X, Apple CEO Tim Cook described it as "the biggest leap forward since the original iPhone". It is believed that nearly 100 million iPhone customers in China and about 60 million to 70 million of them are due for an upgrade over the next 18 months.