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Apparently Apple Is Introducing an iPhone X That You Can Actually Afford

New leaks give us a peek at the rumored "iPhone XC."
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Apple is holding its much-hyped annual event Thursday, which means the rumor mill is going strong in preparation. In August, we saw leaked photos of what will allegedly be the iPhone XS and a bigger iPhone XS Max, Apple's new iPhone X models. Now, a new bout of leaked images hints at yet another iPhone to be announced: the iPhone XC.

The iPhone XC will be an iPhone X you can actually afford. The leak, originating from presentation slides at China Mobile and reported by 9to5Mac, seems to suggest it will be a 6.1-inch LCD phone. The iPhone X is 5.8 inches with a more expensive OLED screen. 9to5Mac puts the iPhone XC's starting price at $700 for 64GB; the iPhone X costs $999.

To clarify, this is still expensive. It's just less expensive.

The leak also suggests the iPhone XS will cost $900 and the iPhone XS Max (which might be called the iPhone XS Plus instead, but who the hell knows) will cost $1,000.

If Apple's utterly confusing naming structure holds for the iPhone XC, it will likely come in multiple colors. Accordingly, a Twitter user and self-named "leaks visualization" designer named Ben Geskin posted what he claimed are leaked photos of the color options: red, white, and blue.

All of this information could be bullshit. Luckily, you only have to wait until Thursday to find out the truth.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.comMinor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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