Just as Apple users began to adjust to the iPhone X and it’s four digit price tag, we can now look forward to 3 more releases soon. Inspired by consumers extreme love for tablets and big phones such as the Galaxy Note 8, Sony Xperia, or iPhone 8 Plus, Apple plans to release it’s largest phone ever, which will include an edge-to-edge screen of about 6.5 inches. This move will put Apple iPhone on the market as one of the largest.

The new iPhone releases will include an upgraded handset , the same size as the current iPhone X and it’ll also have a less expensive model with some of the same key features as the X.

Rumor has it that the new phones could in fact revive the war between smartphone makers. There’s always ongoing competition in trying to come up with new features to attract buyers to their market. The iPhone maker is already in motion with running production tests with suppliers and is also expected to announce the new phones this fall.  However according to Bloomberg, the plans could still change. Bloomberg also reported that the largest iPhone could have a screen of close to 6.5 inches, larger than the 6.2 inch Samsung Galaxy S9 plus announced on Monday in Barcelona, Spain. Bob O’Donnell, Head of Technalysis Research reported, the trio of new iPhone’s was “a very logical extension of the product line for Apple. One bigger, one cheaper, and one upgrade to the existing iPhone X.”

Apple has not made any comments yet in regards to whether they will also cut any current iPhone models from it’s lineup. The company has kept older models like the iPhone SE; an updated  iPhone 5, on shelves to an unprecedented degree. Apple has embraced the used iPhone market as a way to expand it’s share of smartphone users.

“When customers sell their old iPhone for a new one, the old iPhone winds up with another customer somewhere else that is perfectly fine with having a previously owned iPhone,” CEO Tim Cook told investors on an earnings call earlier this month.