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Sunday, 10 September 2017

iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus: Stay with these names because they are the official



Last night the Golden Master or final version of iOS 11 was leaked. Thanks to this leak, we have been able to learn about the Apple Watch 3 , the new Wallpapers exclusive to iOS 11, the special features of iPhone special edition tenth anniversary and many more.

But the best was yet to come: a few lines of code have revealed the official names that Apple will give the three terminals presented in the keynote of September 12 . Sound a drum roll: iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus .


This surprisingly unexpected turn comes from developer Steve Troughton-Smith, who has just uploaded to his Twitter account the information collected in the lines of code that would include the official names theorists .

According to the developer, Apple will call iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus to the two continuation models that follow the line of the iPhone 7 and iPhone X to the special model tenth anniversary.

So neither iPhone 7s, nor iPhone 7s Plus nor of course, iPhone Edition. Or good, iPhone 8 yes, but not the device we expected. In a separate tweet, Troughton-Smith points out that this is not an exact confirmation, but let's face it, with all that we have known reliably thanks to the lines of code of the HomePod , this information is as "official" as we can have until next Tuesday .

The truth is that if it is true, Apple would leave us with our mouths open to everyone , including Apple guru Benjamin Geskin, who anticipated that it would be called iPhone 8 .

Nevertheless, we would be very surprised that in Cupertino they got rid of the denomination S , since in theory the continuista line that will follow to the iPhone 7 only will include improvements in the hardware, conserving the aesthetic of the previous model. Typically, these changes in the name are intended for more meaningful modifications.

Via | Macrumors

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