Apple's successor to the iPhone X will be it's largest model to date, according to a new report from Bloomberg. Apple is said to be preparing three new models for the fall, one of which will feature a 6.5 inch OLED screen, bigger than any phone Apple has released thus far. A smaller successor to the iPhone X will be released simultaneously, which will be 5.8 inches diagonally. Each of the phones will look a lot like the current iPhone X.

Apart from the premium level phones will come a more affordable model with a 6.1 inch LCD screen. It will be available in multiple colors and will feature an aluminum frame, setting it apart from the more expensive model's glass back and stainless steel edges. The Face ID debuted with the iPhone X should be present on all of Apple's new phones. The report also states that software updates will present the ability to run apps side by side.

Back in July, a report stated that Apple could be bringing foldable phones into its repertoire come 2020. "Apple is attempting to release new iPhones with enhanced features next year and it is eyeing developing foldable iPhones, which will come several years later," a source has stated.