Apple working on iPhone 9 Plus, reveals iOS 14 code

Lots of rumors and specifications about the purported iPhone 9 leaked on the Internet for the past couple of weeks. As per the latest report, the Cupertino giant is working on a larger ‘Plus’ variant as well. The details about the iPhone 9 Plus has been snapped from iOS 14 code snippets.

According to the leaked information, the iPhone 9 and 9 Plus will be the successor to the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Both the smartphones are expected to be powered by A13 Bionic chip, the same processor used in the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. This makes the iPhone 9 series a perfect option for those who are waiting for a cheaper upgrade.

Furthermore, the report revealed that both iPhone 9 and 9 Plus would feature the trademark home button with an integrated Taptic Engine to simulate clicks and reduce hardware failures. Since it is rumored to be an entry-level iPhone, the upcoming iPhone 9 series will have Touch ID instead of Face ID.

Other expected features are Apple Pay and the Express Transit feature, the ability to scan the NFC tag. It’s worth mentioning that the iPhone 9 series names are just speculation just like iPhone SE 2. This device will be released this spring alongside fourth-generation iPad Pro.