Published: Thu, September 13, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Apple iPhone XS revealed with Watch Series 4

Apple iPhone XS revealed with Watch Series 4

Apple has officially set a date for the reveal of its 2018 iPhones: September 12th.

The company will reveal its renewed iPhone strategy at the new event.

The most expensive iPhone XS will be a 6.5-inch screen model, says Bloomberg. Read about the upcoming Apple Event here.

Soon after Apple announced its next iPhone event will take place on September 12 in Cupertino, California, 9to5Mac released a couple of exclusive images and details of the iPhone XS (which will come in two sizes) as well as a new Apple Watch. Apple unveiled it AirPower charging station past year, so Apple could announce on September 12 that it will finally ship.

Perhaps under a different suffix than "XS" will be the middle sized, but cheapest, new 6.1-inch LCD iPhone. Reports so far suggest that three new iPhones could be showcased - two of which are rumoured to use the iPhone XS moniker - as well as a new iPad Pro and a 4th generation Apple Watch.

Going by the report, Apple would be launching three new smartphones this year, including one that would have a bigger display than its predecessors.

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9to5Mac reported that the phones would be called the iPhone XS and will come in gold.

Nearly two years ago Apple introduced the iPhone SE with flagship internals from iPhone 6S and an identical design inherited from iPhone 5S.

Analysts have been predicting the new watch would sport a 15% larger display, offer extended battery life, and include upgraded health monitoring features.

Some other missing features might be just a single rear camera, no Face ID, and no wireless charging.

Meanwhile, we don't yet know too much about the Apple Watch Series 4 other than Apple is believed to have reduced the bezel and increased the screen size by around 15%. The smaller 5.8-inch model is reported to carry a price tag of $800 (Rs 57,000 approximately). The new software also makes navigation slightly easier for models without a Home button compared to iOS 11, perhaps reducing the learning barrier for some users.

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