A new report by The New York Times suggests the new iPhone X is faster than its predecessor, the iPhone 8 Plus.
The iPhone X has been compared to a Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S9, and its design has been described as similar to that of the iPhone 7 Plus.
While the new iPhones display may not be the same as the ones that preceded it, there’s a new rumor to be debunked.
The New York Post’s report claims that the new models may be the fastest phones on the market.
According to the paper, a new iPhone 8 model is going to beat the iPhone X by a significant margin.
The report suggests that Apple has already confirmed the iPhone 9 in the past, and that it has been rumored for quite some time.
It’s possible that the report was fabricated to try to help Apple make the iPhone 10 appear faster than it actually is.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook recently said that the company’s flagship iPhone 8 and iPhone X smartphones will come with “up to 20% faster performance.”
While the Times report is highly speculative, it doesn’t seem as though it will be the only one.
Other rumors have pointed to the possibility of the new devices coming with a Snapdragon 835, or at least a Snapdragon 820, the rumored chip for the next-generation iPhone.