Leaked photos reveal the new ‘iPhone XS’ and Apple Watch Series 4
- Author: Arturo Norris Sep 01, 2018,
Sep 01, 2018, 14:10
At the September 12 event, it is expected that Apple will announce a total of three new iPhones - the 6.1-inch LCD Phone 9, the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Plus. Apple is also expected to launch a third iPhone model, but this one will be cheaper, reportedly with aluminum edges instead of stainless steel and an LED display instead of OLED. The two OLED devices will also be offered in gold and will be dubbed the iPhone XS. One of these two models will have a reported 6.5-inch screen, which would make it the largest iPhone yet. Another leak shows the Apple Watch Series 4 complete with a larger, near-bezel-free display. He said that the 5.8-inch iPhone will come with dual 12-megapixel cameras on the back, 4GB RAM, three storage models - 64GB, 256GB and 512GB and battery with a capacity between 2600mAh and 2700mAh. No real surprise there - although apparently Apple wasn't completely convinced of the name because XS can signify either extra small or excess.
The iPhone 8, introduced in late 2017, could be the last model without a notch. The iPhone X now is only available in black or white.
In the past, Apple has also held a "second October event to unveil new iPads and Macs", so if there isn't enough time for all these products, Apple may host another event in just over a month.
As most hardcore Apple fans have undoubtedly seen by now, new information surrounding Apple's next-generation iPhone XS was posted on 9to5Mac on Thursday.
The invites were sleek and sparse in true Apple fashion, reading "Gather round" with a few event details, an RSVP link, and some fine print along the bottom. There's also speculation that Apple will build on its laptop lineup with a lightweight, entry-level MacBook aimed at students and others looking for a more budget-friendly option.
What's most eye-catching, however, is that there is a new watch face that packs an incredible amount of information on-screen - in fact, it seems nearly like information overload at first glance.
Metro has contacted Apple for a comment.