Apple is working on a larger version of the rumored , which could be called the iPhone 9 Plus, according to a Monday report by 9to5Mac. Snippets of iOS 14 code reportedly hint at the new device and some of its features. The less expensive devices will seemingly run with the A13 Bionic chip, which is also used in the and 11 Pro. They'll also feature a , which is powered by a taptic engine that makes it feel like you're clicking a button, even though there's no moving hardware.
The phones will also have Touch ID instead of Face ID, according to 9to5Mac. They'll reportedly be compatible withand the feature, and they'll be able to scan NFC tags in the background, which is something the iPhone XR, iPhone XS and the iPhone 11 are capable of doing.
The names of the rumoredand 9 Plus aren't official, as the former . Apple is expected to announce the devices in the spring.
Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.