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After Apple reportedly accidentally leaked plans for the new larger iPhone X in its latest iOS 12 beta update, tech YouTuber Marques Brownlee has offered the closest look yet at what to expect when Apple releases its next-gen iPhones.

Brownlee got his hands on what he claims to be detailed dummy models of the second-generation 5.8-inch iPhone X, new 6.5-inch "iPhone X Plus," and the rumored budget 6.1-inch iPhone (referred to in some places as the "iPhone 9"), which has an LCD screen, unlike the OLED displays of the other two models. In the video, Brownlee summarizes and compares the dummy models, giving viewers a detailed side-by-side examination of the phones, explaining what upgrades to expect and the differences between the models.

According to Brownlee, all three models will sport 3D Touch, contradicting previous rumors that Apple was phasing out that technology.

To see what else could be awaiting us when the new iPhones are officially unveiled, watch Brownlee’s video above.

In other news, here’s what’s dropping at Palace today.

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