As we have witnessed since the introduction of the first iPhone in 2007, Apple is slated to unveil a successor every year, typically with component upgrades and a design update occurring every couple of years after.

With the new iPhone X introduced last September, rumors are now circulating that an iPhone X Plus is already in the works according to Forbes, and it'll essentially continue Apple's popular Plus line with a larger edge-to-edge 6.2-inch OLED display, just like Samsung's new S9+, compared to the original X's 5.8-inch dimensions.

The iPhone X Plus will most likely make its official debut at Apple's annual keynote presentations that occur during the Fall (September 2018), and it's reported to be wider and shorter than Samsung's S9+, however, it will be smaller in size compared to the iPhone 8 Plus – and may also boast a slightly smaller notch that houses its TrueDepth camera system on the front screen.

More details will emerge as we progress towards the remainder of 2018, so stay tuned for updates.

For additional details, be sure to read the full story on Forbes.

In related news, reports suggest that iPhone X production could end this summer.

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