Samsung and Apple, although so different in terms of devices seem to share the same marketing bug, the one that leads to numerous leaks. Just recently, Apple made a mistake and included details about its future iPhone devices into a beta release of its iOS 12. After this happening just last week, here comes another error from Apple.
What is the news?
A meticulous man named Guilherme Rambo was able to dig through the code of the iOS 12 beta release and he came across iconography buried into the software. This was the first ‘official’ piece of information regarding the future iPhone X Plus and it must be taken as a confirmation of its existence.
This isn’t the first time that Guilherme Rambo managed to find something buried that belongs to Apple and you should search what this interesting man has done in the past.
What did we found out?
Besides digging up the icons which displayed a minimal design of the iPhone X, Rambo came across icons that showcase the future iPads as well. Of course, these icons are meant to just give clues as to how the devices will look like sometime in the future. Before the official launch of the iOS 12, even the icons themselves will be upgraded and refurbished.
Regarding the icons that showcase the iPad, we see for the first time how the iPad without a bezel design might look like. Of course, after such details are extracted from these leaks you can stand and wonder if there were ‘leaks’ or clever marketing stunts. For a company as big and tech-savvy as Apple there seem to be one too many errors.
What does history tell us?
Like we said, this definitely isn’t the first time that Apple causes a blunder for themselves. Last year, the company managed to perform a real error concerning the beta version of a piece of HomePod software. More exactly, inside this software, there was a lot of data, which was later revealed to contain information about the 2017 iPhones.
It was a huge error, of course, and it seems to keep on happening. Although, to be fair, this time Apple was a little more subtle. Some have said that these are not leaks but more like teasers. Feel free to think what you like, even that Apple enjoys this type of free-publicity just before an important release.