Apple is always anxious about its suppliers leaking images and parts for its upcoming products, but in recent years, numerous most critical leaks have come from within. Moreover, the OLED iPhone will reportedly be available in gold for the first time. news of colorful iPhone designs in red, grey and more back in July remains unconfirmed.
9to5Mac was able to grab images of both new products from Apple's website today. And, thanks to that bigger screen, we get a lot more information.
Most Apple watchers expect the company to unveil a number of new iPhone models and a release date for its next iOS operating system during the event, held at the company's slick Apple Park headquarters. Apparently, Apple will launch the iPhone XS in two variants. All three iPhones will follow the same design language as the iPhone X, which is an edge-to-edge display with a notch cut out on top, Bloomberg reported.
A larger 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus. This iPhone model will come in an aluminium body, unlike the iPhone XS which will feature glass bodies.
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This new watch will have an edge-to-edge display that's about 15 percent larger than on the current models, according to 9to5Mac. The iPhone X was launched for $1000, but the successor to it, aka the iPhone XS, is expected to come with a price of around $800, which is nearly $200 less.
Scheduled to start at 10AM, rumour has it that the event might see the launch of three new iPhones. It has at least considered branding the new premium phones the "iPhone Xs", indicating that they're an upgrade to last year's iPhone X, the person said. There's also been chatter of a new iPad Pro, for instance, and indeed refreshes elsewhere in Apple's hardware line-up.
The new line will include a cheaper iPhone aimed at more budget-conscious customers, according to the report. They'll remove the home button and fingerprint sensing in lieu of an iPhone X-like gesture interface and Face ID for unlocking the tablet, people familiar with the plans said.