iPhone 11, iPhone XI or iPhone Lemur? Apple still has a 2019 iPhone naming problem

Since what comes after iPhone XS?

Apple has an iPhone issue, and the new iPhone XS, XR and XS Max just aggravate it. What would be the best next step?

The inconvenience started in 2017 when Apple skirted the iPhone 9 to discharge two 8s and a “10,” its tenth commemoration telephone. Yet, in so naming the iPhone X – and lining it up with three more “X” telephones in 2018 – Apple has made a progressively outstretching influence that makes me scrunch my temples and ponder out loud, “What the heck, Apple? What can come straightaway?” (I’ve been stating this for over a year. All things considered, I beat this drum a ton.)

The principal issue is the X. It would appear that an “ex,” yet you need to state it as a “10” or else all the fanboys and fangirls will holler at you. That bodes well when the X remains solitary. Be that as it may, when you join it with a S, a R and a S Max, the cerebrum assumes control and you get the iPhone “abundance,” the iPhone “ex are” and the “overabundance max.” Best-case situation, your “10 ess” transmutes into “tennis,” a fine amusement on the court, yet an extremely terrible name for a telephone.

The second issue arrives when you consider the issue of progression. The “X” is a critical move for Apple, one that speaks to a higher echelon of iPhone than the ones that went before it. The X speaks to Apple’s rebranded iPhone with secure infrared face open innovation, no home catch and best in class monster screens. The X mark is a pricier lineup than previously, and it’s facilitating you relentlessly, deliberately, into paying more for your telephone.


So what intelligently comes after the iPhone XS, the linchpin of the new iPhone X family? Goodness, didn’t you know? The iPhone X is basically no more. Apple yoinked it from its online store, which makes it a genuinely one-year-release telephone the extent that immediate deals from Apple are concerned. Regardless you’ll have the capacity to get it through transporters and outsider retailers, at any rate while current supplies last.

Apple could catch up the iPhone XS – where “S” portrays a minor update – with the iPhone 11. Or on the other hand is that the iPhone XI? Would that make 2020’s telephone the iPhone XIS? (“iPhone Ziss”?) No way; what an awfulness appear.

All things considered, shouldn’t something be said about just considering it the “iPhone X (2020)”? Mac’s done this before with iPads and MacBooks and in spite of the fact that we don’t care for it, we’ve figured out how to acknowledge it, regardless of whether it creates enormous measures of disarray. (“Which iPhone do you have?” “Uh, the iPhone one?”)

Apple could likewise simply continue with its maddeningly counter-intuitive new naming tradition. (Truly, what does the R in iPhone XR even mean? “Lessened”?) Perhaps 2019 will present to us the iPhone XRS or the iPhone X2. In any case, at that point would the next year generate the iPhone X2S?

r possibly one year from now we’ll at long last get that reputed stylus-accommodating iPhone at the best end. That could be the “iPhone X Pro,” in any event.

On the other hand, Apple could simply confuse us lastly align the iPhone family with Apple’s adoration for California geographical name-places and call its next leader telephone the iPhone Tahoe, to reflect MacOS High Sierra.

I miss the warm conviction of a coherent naming structure, where S’s take after numbers and everything is great in the universe. To the extent future iPhone names go now, it’s as yet an overcome – and befuddling – new world.


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