Apple completely change the naming scheme for its next iPhones
Apple could be going to totally shake up the naming plan for its up and coming iPhones.
This is as per French outlet iPhoneSoft (through 9to5Mac), which refers to a report from case producer ESR that contains the new names.
In the event that the record is exact, the successor to the iPhone XR will be the iPhone 11. The new form of the iPhone XS will be known as the iPhone 11 Pro, while the iPhone XS Max’s successor will be known as the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
The new names bode well and are seemingly less confounding than the present lineup, despite the fact that the “iPhone 11 Pro Max” sounds somewhat awkward. Furthermore, as 9to5Mac calls attention to, one leaker as of late implied that Apple may go with the “Expert” moniker for forthcoming iPhones.
Be that as it may, assuming genuine, they’d speak to an exceptionally noteworthy change in how Apple positions the telephones in its lineup. At this moment, the iPhone XS is “the iPhone” — the one that the vast majority ought to take a gander at — while the iPhone XR is situated as a less expensive variation, something much the same as an “iPhone Lite”.
By considering the iPhone XR’s successor “iPhone 11” Apple would successfully position that telephone at the focal point of its lineup, leaving the “Expert” variations to additionally requesting clients. Since the iPhone XR’s successor will probably have a LCD screen and just two cameras — rather than the other two telephones which will have triple cameras and the further developed OLED screens — it’s a bit un-Apple-like to put it at the front line of the lineup.
It’s significant that case producers (and leakers) can get names of up and coming iPhones wrong — actually, they frequently depend on informal archives and schematics acquired through Apple’s inventory network, particularly this at an early stage.
Apple is required to dispatch the three new iPhones in the fall.