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No, Apple is Not Killing the iPhone X

Clickbait sites are misleading people. The iPhone X is here to stay.

Clickbait websites are pushing a salacious story that Apple is killing the iPhone X, their phone with no button and a full screen (with a notch). This is a story designed to actually get you to click through and read, but people do not click through. They see the title and decide that must be the story. It is not true.

Apple refreshes its models every year. To the extent the iPhone X is getting “killed,” it is just getting refreshed. It’ll have a better processor, probably a better camera, and maybe they will be rid of the notch at the top altogether. But it is not getting killed.

One analyst in Asia who tends to be reputable, believes Apple may discontinue the present size and opt for one or two models that are slightly larger. But the reality is that Apple would prefer to move altogether to full screen phones with no home button. Instead, they will probably keep a lower priced model with a home button and the more expensive model will be the refreshed iPhone X, where the X is supposed to be pronounced ten, but everybody pronounces it “ex,” as normal people would.

Apple is not killing the iPhone X, but it would be great if they’d kill the name and move on to the iPhone 11 or some such.

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