“Apple comes with a larger version of iPhone 9 with A13-soc”

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The website 9to5Mac states based on findings, based on an early version of iOS 14, that Apple is not only coming with a regular iPhone 9, but also with a larger model, which may be called iPhone 9 Plus.

According to 9to5Mac, the findings from the iOS 14 code point to the arrival of a larger version of the unannounced iPhone 9. This iPhone 9 and 9 Plus should replace the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Both iPhone 9 devices would have the A13 soc.

Few details are known yet, but it was previously mentioned that the iPhone 9 will look exactly like the iPhone 8 from 2017, with a 4.7″ LCD and a single camera on the back. The iPhone 8 Plus has a screen diagonal from 5.5″. It is therefore obvious that the larger iPhone 9 will also have a 5.5 “screen.

The names iPhone 9 and iPhone 9 Plus are still speculative; there are also rumors that the name iPhone SE 2 instead of iPhone 9. When the devices come out, they will most likely be relatively cheaper entry-level models, so that they support Touch ID and not Face ID, for example. Furthermore, as with the iPhone 7 and 8, the home button would not be physically pressed, but would work via touch sensitivity and the Taptic Engine to simulate the idea of ​​pressing.

Apple has not officially announced the devices yet. Earlier, there was a rumor that a presentation on March 31, at an event where Apple would also like to release iOS version 13.4 for existing devices.

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