Apple’s event is just a few days away and while we are impatiently waiting, a few images have leaked online showing off and comparing the new upcoming iPhone X’s size against other Iphone 6S’ and Plus models.

On 12 September, Apple will finally reveal not two, but three iPhones. iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and the iPhone X – 10th Anniversary.

The iPhone 7S and 7S Plus are expected to have better internals and a refined look with a glass back – other than that, it should be identical to their 7/7 Plus siblings. Sure, there are added functionalities that we certainly can expect, check them out here.

RedmondPie has managed to get some mockups of the next big thing – the iPhone X (or iPhone Edition, still unsure at this point). They have compared the new iPhone against some older iPhone models, showing off the real screen size and other aspects you may be interested in knowing.

The iPhone X looks a lot larger when compared to the iPhone 5C, 5 or a 5S (4″ screen). However, it looks significantly smaller when compared to a ‘Plus’ model that has a 5.5″ screen.

The iPhone X will supposedly have a 5.8″ AMOLED display with 18:9 aspect ratio – just like on other popular flagship devices such as the LG G6, Samsung Galaxy S8/+, Note 8 and more.

Here are some more images.

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