A fresh report says that the iPhone SE 2 is not going to be launched this year because Apple has chose to cancel the project, and instead focus its energies on the other three iPhone that most likely will be the iPhone 9, iPhone X Plus and the iPhone 9 Plus. It's widely rumored that Apple will launch three iPhone this year. Two of these will feature OLED displays and directly succeed the iPhone X in specifications.
Mac Otakara notes that it could simply be a discrepancy based on a misreading of the provided schematics - basically, incorrectly using the iPhone's button height as part of its overall width.
The larger iPhone X Plus which has been rumoured plenty already, appears to have a 6.4-inch OLED display, rather than the 6.5-inch screen that leaks have pointed towards. The most premium variant, commonly known as the iPhone X Plus, will sport a 6.4-inch display made with OLED, have a vertical dual camera setup, and a notch display as well. But that didn't come true as Apple didn't announce any new hardware at the WWDC and just focussed on the iOS 12, which power the iPhone X and other iPhones this year, along with software for Mac and Watch.More news: Afghanistan: Taliban Snub Ghani's Peace Overture, Call Off Cease-Fire
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The 6.1-inch LCD iPhone is larger than the iPhone X but smaller than the iPhone X Plus. Finally, a 6.0-inch LCD iPhone mockup is shown that measures 150.91 mm high, 75.72 mm wide and 8.47 mm thick.
Contradicting previous reports, a new supply chain report from The Bell claims that Apple has ordered the highest display panels for the 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus in its 2018 iPhone lineup.