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New iPhones May Have Suffix “Pro” in Name

The rumors surrounding the upcoming iPhones have it all! It is almost certain that we will see three new handsets coming their respective successors of the iPhones XS, XS Max and XR.

We also know that they will probably have improvements in the front camera, new cameras in the rear (three for the top-of-the-line models, two for the inbound), bilateral (or reverse, as you prefer to call it), among other things.

But what about the name? Well, according to the user CoinX, from Twitter, be Apple use the suffix "Pro".

"Pro" for the iPhone? Crazy name schemes in recent years.

Everything indicates that we are talking about the top-of-the-line model, since it makes no sense to call the successor of the XR "Pro" while it has "shyer" technical specifications than the successors of the XS and XS Max.

And why are we taking this statement of CoinX really? Well, take a look at this here:

Names of iPhones in 2018: iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. See you next week.

Prior to the release of the XS, XS Max and XR iPhones, he spiked the device names. And that's not all: He has also agreed to remove the 3.5mm audio output from the iPad Pro, the return of the iPad mini, among other things.

The question is whether Apple names it "iPhone 11 Pro" or just "iPhone Pro." O MacRumors He said he received from an anonymous source last week that the iPhone with the square cut-out for the cameras (ie the stout ones) is called "iPhone 11 Pro", which reinforces the use of the suffix mentioned by CoinX, but opens the possibility for the company to continue listing the releases.

Will we have a line consisting of “iPhone 11” (successor of XR) and “iPhone Pro” (successors of XS and XS Max)? Or is Apple really going to use “iPhone 11 Pro”? The fact that the use of the suffix "Pro" definitely got on the radar.

Remembering that the new iPhones should be presented at a special event on September 10th.