Apple Announces Event on September 12, New iPhones Are Expected

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The event will take place on Sep 12th at Steve Jobs Theater in Apple's new campus.

The site believes the iPhone XS will come in 5.8in and 6.5in OLED screen sizes and be available in a new gold finish. We saw this a year ago when almost every detail/feature concerning the 2017 iPhone X were spoiled by a HomePod firmware leak. Two high-end models with OLED screens, one of which will be the Plus model, and one cheaper model with a LCD display.

Following the official announcement of its iPhone event slated for September 12, Apple dedicated news platform 9to5Mac has released a never-before-seen image of the next iPhone.

"First up we have an image of what has been called the 'iPhone XS".

Apple's September 12 event should bring new iPhones and a new Apple Watch, at the very least. And according to the publication, both models will be called the iPhone XS.

iPhone 9, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Plus? The Verge also points out that Google openly trolled the Russian government with its homepage during the Olympic Games in Russia, and I wish Apple had at least tried something similarly bold here.

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Apple is indeed expected to unroll a new Apple Watch this year, though reading that much into the sparse invites seems a little speculative.

As can be told from the leaked image, the updated display now features several new complications, the likes of which can provide at-a-glance details regarding everything from temperature and UV index to timers, reminders, calendar events, and more.

"While this is great for Apple from an ecosystem perspective, from an ASP perspective it is not the same bump as Apple would expect with newer iPhone models every year".

All the phones could also include gesture controls and Apple's Face ID unlocking system, and 3D Touch might be stripped off from at least one of the devices.

The Apple Watch isn't an iPhone-like revenue generator but is part of the company's growing Other Products segment. And now, we have our first look at the Apple Watch Series 4, thanks to the folks at 9to5Mac.

Meanwhile, Apple has yet to comment on the authenticity of the photos.