The iPhone XS, in two sizes. When Apple unveiled the full-screen, button-free iPhone X last year, it wasn't just announcing a product. The company was announcing the future of the iPhone—at least, if the current rumors are true. Reports from Bloomberg and 9to5Mac (both historically very accurate on Apple rumors), based in part of leaked information from Apple, suggest that we'll see three new phones this year, all of them in the general style of the iPhone XA cheaper edge-to-edge iPhone As for the third new phone, reports indicate Apple will release a less expensive iPhone X-styled device to occupy the last-year's-model niche that would've been filled by the iPhone 8S. According to Bloomberg, the phone will have facial recognition tech, which it will need to make up for the loss of Touch ID, but will save on cost by using a relatively inexpensive LCD screen like the iPhones of yore instead of the expensive, OLED screens that the iPhone X and new iPhone XSes will use. It will also likely have an aluminum case instead of the original iPhone X's stainless steel. The cheaper edge-to-edge is rumored to have a 6.1-inch screen, which would make it bigger than the iPhone X. It also may come in various color options, sort of like the old iPhone 5C, and may inherit the C suffix to become the iPhone XC. Other reports suggest that it may be called the iPhone Xr, for some reason. As for price, the specifics are still unclear, but it should be significantly cheaper than the iPhone X was, with a rumored price between $700-$850.