The iPhone 11 might not be Apple’s next iPhone

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Apple used to have a pretty consistent iPhone naming scheme. On so-called ‘tick’ years it’d release models such as the iPhone 4, iPhone 5, and iPhone 6 while on ‘tock’ years it’d launch the likes of the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5S, and iPhones 6S. This continued until 2017 when the company decided to switch things up.

Rather than releasing the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus as everyone was expecting, Apple went straight to the iPhone 8 branding. Minutes later, it also announced the iPhone X which was confusingly pronounced ‘ten’ in honor of the smartphone’s tenth anniversary. 
Last year, …

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