The leak does not reveal if the phone would be based on the iPhone X concept, therefore there is no confirmation on the screen notch. The dual-SIM iPhone may only be sold in markets such as India and China, however, according to reports.
Apple is set to unveil its new iPhones at an event on 12 September 2018.
What the "c" in the iPhone XC (or Xc) doesn't stand for is "cheap".
Two of them - the smallest and biggest - will have OLED screens; OLED screens have been in smartphones for some years now, though Apple only made a decision to use it for the first time last year on the iPhone X. Or at least according to the prices being shown here, with 5,888 RMB ($860) for the iPhone XC, 7,388 RMB ($1,080) for the iPhone XS, and 8,388 RMB ($1,230) for the iPhone XS Plus.
The new software typically becomes available each fall, which means Apple will nearly certainly announce official release dates for each operating system at its event on September 12. The LCD iPhone could be equipped with a single-lens camera, compared with the double-lens cameras on the higher-end iPhones.
Along with two pricey, high-end iPhones, Apple is expected to release a lower-cost device with a 6.1-inch LCD display. This isn't the first time we have heard this name, though Bloomberg's reporting does mention that the new model could be limited in availability. A latest piece of news coming from tipster Slashleaks suggest that Apple will call this year's iPhone - iPhone XS, iPhone XS Plus and iPhone XC. But if you thought the names "iPhone XS" and "iPhone XS Max" were already cringe-worthy, the colorful "iPhone Xc" might have something to upset hopefuls more than just its name. Like last year, Apple is not expected to include Touch ID on this year's iPhones as well.