A Russian website named Wylsa has just shared a bunch of schematics and renderings, allegedly showing off the design of Apple’s next-generation iPhones rumoured for release in 2018 (via MacRumors). The schematics, which are said to be from an iPhone case manufacturer, also reveal the size difference between the upcoming models.
(6.1-inch iPhone schematics)
The website has shared two schematics, one for the 6.5-inch OLED model with a dual-lens rear camera being referred to as the”iPhone X Plus”, and the other one for the smaller 6.1-inch model featuring a single-lens rear camera and an LCD display
(6.5-inch iPhone schematics)
The site has not shared any schematics for the second-generation 5.8-inch OLED iPhone that is rumoured to be sold alongside the two other iPhones, probably because it will sport the same design and dimensions as the current generation iPhone X.
According to the schematics, which are from a case manufacturer, the larger iPhone measures in at 77.41mm wide, 157.53mm tall, and 7.68mm thick. The 6.1-inch iPhone measures in at 75.72mm wide, 150.91mm tall, and 8.32mm thick.
For comparison’s sake, the existing 5.8-inch iPhone measures in at 70.9mm wide, 143.6mm tall, and 7.7mm thick.
Some renderings of the three iPhone models have also been created based on the above schematics. Take a look below and share your thoughts with us in the comments section.