A reliable supplier of information source has recently said that the new iPhone XI Plus (unconfirmed name) set for release this year will pack a 6.5-inch screen in a body the same size as the iPhone 8 Plus. This is a believable possibility considering that the new iPhone’s will have far smaller bezels compared to last year’s models. The rumour mill also believes that the new iPhone will be 0.2mm thicker due to changes to the rear camera.
The same source also says the lower cost model rumoured to be launching this year will come with a 6.0-inch LCD screen instead of a much speculated 6.1-inch variant. They say it will also pack one rear camera and also include TrueDepth on the front facing camera for use with FaceID. These rumours have been flying around for a while now, and seem to be more believable each day.
The standard 5.8-inch iPhone XI is claimed to be using the same casing as the iPhone X, according to the same source, and will come with presumably improved and bigger camera sensor and lens. The source also believes Apple are working on getting FaceID to work in landscape mode, and will launch this with iOS 12 – none of this is officially confirmed, so we will have to wait and see what Apple have planned.