2018 iPhone X and iPhone X Plus to support Apple Pencil

Apple iPhone is among the most anticipated flagship phones this year. Apple’s main rivals, Samsung and Sony launch their own phones and contesting for the market ground. And Apple does not want to get left behind in the fight this year.

Apple is selling millions of iPhone units every quarter despite facing an intense competition out there. According to Apple, the company’s iPhone X remains the most popular iPhone model on the market. During the first quarter of the year, the Cupertino company shipped 16 million iPhone X units, helping the company dominate the market.

Apple is expected to launch its new iPhone models in September this year, meaning that we are so close to the unveiling event. Apple has its long-time tradition of debuting new iPhone models in September and Apple has no reason to move away from it.

Rumors regarding this year’s iPhone models have been out there for months. Apple is rumored to launch three new iPhone models this year, including a refreshed iPhone X, an iPhone X Plus, and a cheaper 6.1 inch iPhone. The affordable iPhone will lack some important features, but the device will still include support for wireless charging, 3GB of RAM, and dual-sim functionality.

Both iPhone X and iPhone X Plus will feature advanced features like a better Face ID, a much-improved camera, and an OLED panel. In reality, the X marks the first iPhone model with an OLED panel. Sources say that Apple will continue to use OLED panels for this year’s iPhone models, but Apple will improve the display, allowing for a better picture quality and more details.

According to the latest sources, the iPhone X and iPhone X Plus will include support for Apple Pencil. Apple Pencil was once the highlights of the iPad Pro lineup. However, in March, Apple expanded it to its new 9.7 inch iPad model.

In reality, Apple has been improving its Pencil for years, introducing new features and skills. With Samsung’s S-Pen Stylus now supporting Bluetooth, Apple is expected to add the connectivity option to its Pen.

Apple is speeding up production for its iPhone components at its facilities to meet the huge demand for this year’s iPhone models.

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