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Romanian carrier lists the “iPhone 9,” “iPhone Xs,” and “iPhone Xs Plus” ahead of Apple’s official unveiling.

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Romanian retailer Quickmobile has listed the entire upcoming iPhone lineup for pre-order on its website ahead of Apple’s official launch that is set to be held in a few days.

The carrier lists the upcoming iPhones with names that have been already rumored to be called by Apple. For instance, the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone is listed as the “iPhone 9;” the larger versions are listed as “iPhone Xs” and “iPhone Xs Plus” respectively. However, the retailer isn’t sure itself so as to what the premier iPhone X Plus will be called. As a result, it has listed “iPhone Xs Max Plus” as a safe bet.

Only black and white variants of the upcoming iPhones are listed, though. Also, the highly anticipated popping colors of the iPhone 9 are nowhere to be noticed in the listings. Apart from that, the storage options are according to the rumors per usual. For instance, the iPhone Xs models are listed with 64, 256, and 512 GB variants respectively, while the cheaper iPhone 9 is listed to have only two storage options- 64, and 256 GB.

When it comes to design, the listings don’t give out much about the phone. The iPhone 9 looks like an iPhone 8, the Xs versions look like the current iPhone X. Besides, all of these phones have already been made available by the retailer for pre-order.

It’s also notable that none of the listings give out extra features that the new iPhones are going to pack. Since retailers and carriers are given details about the products beforehand in order to create marketing plans, it’s likely that Quickmobile also acquired such information. Albeit, it is also entirely possible that these listings have been produced in consideration of the rumors flowing around for a while. Either way, it isn’t right on Apple’s part.

Apple has invited people to “gather around” for its event that is to be held on September 12. An Apple Watch Series 4 and updated iPad models are also expected aside from the usual iPhone announcements.

1 Comment

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  1. ionică

    September 8, 2018 at 8:17 pm

    They are not a CARRIER, are just simple online shit store with overpriced products.

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