Apple iPhone 9 Plus case renders show that its the biggest iPhone yet

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The renders show that the device has more or less the same design as the iPhone X.

Just yesterday we saw the official case renders for the >iPhone 9, which is believed to be the LCD variant, and also the cheapest of the >three iPhones, that Apple is expected to unveil this year in September. And today, a case render for the biggest variant of the lot - which the report calls the iPhone 9 Plus and not iPhone X Plus - has been leaked. The render gives away the design of what could be the largest iPhone ever made.

The case renders of the iPhone 9 and iPhone 9 Plus come from Sanfeng, a China-based case manufacturing company, and were first reported by Gizmochina.

The renders show that the device has more or less the same design as the iPhone X. There is a big edge-to-edge screen at the front with a big fat notch on the top to house the True Depth sensors for 3D face mapping. The display is likely going to be about 6.5-inches measured diagonally in a body with dimensions of 157.5 x 77.4 x 7.7mm.

The case renders reveal that like the iPhone X, the right edge of the iPhone 9 Plus also features a power key whereas, the left edge has ring/silent switch and the volume controller. At the back, we see a dual-camera system, which has been positioned vertically. This seems to squash the triple-camera rumours that sprouted sometime back.

Apart from this, the large-sized iPhone will likely have the A12 SoC under the hood, along with a battery with a 3,000mAh capacity. The phone is tipped to have a ginormous price tag of above a $1,000. Apple is also rumoured to have restricted the manufacturing of this variant. For sales, Apple will be more reliant on the LCD variant of the 2018 iPhone lineup.

 

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