China Telecom has shared an image (pictured above) which teases dual-SIM capabilities on the upcoming iPhone.
Leaks and rumors have it that Apple plans to unveil three new iPhone models, including an improved version of the flagship X model released a year ago with a $1,000 price tag. But if you thought the names "iPhone XS" and "iPhone XS Max" were already cringe-worthy, the colorful "iPhone Xc" might have something to upset hopefuls more than just its name.
It was rumoured earlier that the iPhone XS, iPhone XS and that relatively affordable 6.1-inch iPhone will come with support for dual SIM cards.
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However, it will be the first ever Apple iPhone to come with dual SIM dual standby support.
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Meanwhile, Apple's new iPhones have been listed on a Romanian website Quickmobile. A separate teaser from rival China Telecom also hints at dual-SIM functionality for a next-generation iPhone.
The slide also shows that preorders for the iPhone are likely to go live on Friday, September 14th. The dual SIM iPhone will be mostly limited to a few Asian markets like China, India, and Indonesia. The iPhone X, meanwhile, has a Dh661.50 disparity between its own 64GB and 256GB offerings.