Per the report, the "largest" ever iPhone features a nearly 6.5-inch edge-to-edge display. The body of the device will be roughly the same size as the iPhone 8 Plus, but the display will be about an inch larger. Bloomberg speculates that, like the iPhone 8 Plus, this new model (codenamed "D33") will also allow users to split-screen certain apps. Plus, it will support Face ID, have a top-of-the-line resolution on par with the current iPhone X's, and sport an OLED screen.
Along with the big honkin' handset, Apple is also planning to release an updated version of the iPhone X, which will feature a next-generation processor and the possible addition of a gold color option. It may also come equipped with a dual-SIM card capability which would would make it a hell of a lot easier for people who frequently travel abroad to use their devices seamlessly in all regions.