Leaks Reveal Storage Capacities and Colors for the Upcoming iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR

Amid numerous leaks sourced from Apple's sitemap for the upcoming iPhone and Apple Watch models, now we know specifically what colors and sizes the new iPhone models will be available in following their reveal at the event later today.


As shared by Steve Troughton-Smith on Twitter, the iPhone XR will come in Black, White, Red, Yellow, Coral, and Blue color options, and be available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage capacities.


Additionally, the leak reveals all colors and storage sizes for the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will come in 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage capacities, and in Space Gray, Silver, and Gold colorways.


Here's a full breakdown of the 2018 iPhone lineup:

  • iPhone XS/XS Max storage sizes: 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB
  • iPhone XS/XS Max colors: Space Gray, Silver, and Gold
  • iPhone XR storage sizes: 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB
  • iPhone XR colors: Black, White, Red, Yellow, Coral, and Blue

Earlier this morning, AllThingsHow shared a sitemap that confirmed the "iPhone XS," "iPhone XS Max," and "iPhone XR" will be the names for the 5.8-inch, 6.5-inch, and 6.1-inch models, respectively.

The iPhone XR is Apple's low-cost iPhone this year, with an LCD display and a single-lens camera to keep costs down in comparison to the higher-end OLED models.

All three iPhones and the new 40mm and 44mm Apple Watch devices will be revealed at Apple's "Gather Round" event at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time.

Related Roundup: iPhone XS

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26 months ago
Awful naming conventions.
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26 months ago
64GB for the Xs models is a slap to our face...
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26 months ago
256GB Xs Max would be an overkill for me while the 64GB is not enough...
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26 months ago

Well they can slap me hard with the 256 GB as a middle option. Sweeeet!

Same! But 128GB should be the base at least.
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26 months ago

The iPhone XR is Apple's low-cost iPhone this year, with an LCD display and a single-lens camera to keep costs down in comparison to the higher-end OLED models.

I love how every Apple related site has adopted to Apple's PR speech without questioning it. The "low-cost" was the "normal" price for the latest-and-greatest iPhone, until they decided to introduce the newest tech only in the 6 Plus (with a price hike). Then they raised the prices for the 6s Plus, 7 Plus and 8 Plus a bit, and priced the X over the most expensive 8 Plus. I think this is one of Apple's PR most amazing achievements, that everyone writes "low-cost phone" where parts have to be older or less advanced "to keep costs down" when - a few years ago - they showed that they could put the latest stuff in their flagship model for the same price which is now considered "low-cost".

I know and understand that Apple's main goal today is to raise their iPhone ASP and to generate more "Services" revenue, which is why I have given up to see more than 5GB of free iCloud storage, or more than 64GB for the entry level iPhone or more than 128GB in an entry level MacBook, but the XR is anything but low-cost.
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26 months ago

64GB for the Xs models is a slap to our face...

expect anything different? It's the Apple way.
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