New iPhone X printed models shown off in video reveal

A first 3D look at just what we can expect from Apple

iPhone X 3D models
(Image credit: Macotakara)

The new iPhone X models have appeared online in a video that shows off just what we can expect from the next-generation iPhone X, iPhone X Plus and affordable iPhone X, due for release soon.

Apple is expected to launch not just one new iPhone X in 2018 but three. Now 3D models of the phones have appeared via MacOtakara showing off what's claimed to be the "final design".

The 3D printed iPhone X models were built based on schematics leaked by the Asian supply chain which the source says is what the final build will look like.

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As you can see there will be three iPhone X models: a refreshed 5.8-inch OLED iPhone X which comes in at 1.1 mm wider, a brand new 6.4-inch OLED iPhone X Plus with near identical size to the iPhone 8 Plus, and finally an affordable 6-inch LCD iPhone X.

The surprises here are that the top-end iPhone X Plus appears to have the same camera as the current iPhone X. Rumours have suggested Apple may introduce a triple lens camera on this model

Screen sizes have so far been rumoured at 6.5-inches and 6.1-inches from many sources. So we're taking this new leak with a pinch of salt. That said it adds weight to the rumours that Apple will indeed be churning out many iPhone X models later this year.