Xcode 10, the development environment of Apple, left some traces of an "iPhone xx", an iPhone model that the company Cupertino in September could announce.
The date of Apple's next keynote is still not announced, but that does not stop curious users from doing everything the company is updating. With every beta version or new version of a program, such as Xcode, a new search starts again. And this time it is this indication of an "iPhone xx" that has been discovered.
There is of course a good chance that Apple does not call the following smartphone "iPhone XX" or even "iPhone 20" (the iPhone X is, for Apple, the iPhone 10). But as indicated by the site 9to5Mac, which is the origin of this discovery, the designation "iPhone xx" would be a temporary and more or less secret name which would allow Apple to integrate it into its applications and operating system.
The indication & # 39; iPhone xx & # 39; in Xcode is part of a list of already sold iPhone, such as the iPhone SE or the iPhone 8. And according to Gui Rambo, a 9to5Mac reporter, this new model would have a chip A10, already present in the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus . That could mean that Apple is planning an entry-level iPhone, as was the case with the SE in 2016.
As a reminder, Apple could announce three new models in September: a 5.8-inch iPhone with an OLED screen, a 6.1-inch version with an LCD screen and a 6.5-inch version with an OLED -screen. The 5.8-inch version would be the entry-level model, with a design similar to that of the iPhone X (FaceID, notch and no home button), different colors, no 3D Touch and a single camera for the rear.