First, the event: Apple's invite requests recipients join the company for a special event Wednesday, Sept. 12, at the Steve Jobs Theater on its Cupertino campus.
Apple is preparing to release three new smartphones this year, including the largest iPhone ever, a device that may have a bigger display than arch-rival Samsung's flagship phone, Bloomberg reported in February. Apple's new iPhone lineup will come in 5.8- and 6.5-inch display sizes and will be called "iPhone XS". According to technology industry insiders, Apple is expected to launch multiple new iPhone's, a new Apple watch, and an updated version of the iPad. "We also believe iPhone XS will come in a new gold color option not previously offered", stated the report.
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The new Apple Watch Series 4 is expected to be unveiled at the new Apple Event on September 12 at 10 a.m. PT at the Steve Jobs Theater on Apple's campus.
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Instead, the launch will retain previous smartphone designs such as a glass back with stainless steel edges and dual back cameras, but it will add new internal features.
Earlier this week analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is often accurate in his Apple predictions, revealed the specs and the pricing details of both the iPhones.
Rumours have been swirling around forthcoming iPhone models for months, but Apple fans will not have to wait long for the tech giant to confirm what it has in store. 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.
The new line will include a cheaper iPhone aimed at more budget-conscious customers, according to the report.