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.
Following Apple's announcement of an impending iPhone event on September 12, where the company will unveil the iPhone XS lineup (and a 6.1-inch LCD iPhone), the Apple Watch Series 4 will get some time on stage as well. While most of Apple's iPhone hardware itself may remain the same, if this leaked image of a gold "iPhone XS" is to be believed, nixing the button will force a reckoning with the messy UX and gestural UI tangle that Apple has pushed this year. Stuff we expect will include new iPhones and the Apple Watch Series 4. 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. In addition to this, it has also been reported that for the first time, the company will also be live streaming the event on Twitter as well as its mobile apps. "While we haven't seen a new digital face yet, it's likely that Apple has designed more new watch faces to take advantage of the larger display".
Apple is one of those companies that makes people wait all year for its new products with bated breath.
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Lastly, on the software side, it looks like Apple has done some work on the watch face, adding a lot more complexity to it. The 6.5-inch model would be the largest iPhone to date, and the 6.1-inch model would be a new, less-expensive model for customers to consider.
As the summer winds down with the holiday season appearing on the horizon, Apple is set to announce its yearly offerings in this year's iPhone event.
Apple sent out invitations to its next special event on Thursday, and as usual, the internet reacted with excitement, anticipation, and a little confusion. According to CNET, the Apple Watch Series 4-or whatever Apple plans on calling this new smartwatch-will likely cost the same as the Series 3 Apple Watch, which starts at $329 and travels up to $799 depending on model and features. The event will take place september 12 in Apple's Steve Jobs Theater, per Cnet.
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