Apple Finally Announces The Day It Will Announce The New iPhone

Saul Franklin
August 31, 2018

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.

The leaked images show 5.8-inches and 6.5 inches iPhone XS, and it has confirmed that the latest iPhone models will be available in gold color.

"In addition to taking the display edge-to-edge, we're also looking at a brand new watch face capable of showing way more information than the current faces offered".

Apple recently announced that it would have a special event on 12 September to announce some new stuff.

Yesterday, after announcing the event on September 12, Apple's shares hit an all-time high of more than $228.

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All three devices will have the gesture-based control system Apple introduced a year ago to replace the iPhone home button and feature Face ID, Apple's system for unlocking the phones by glancing at them.

Finally, there's the chance we might see a new iPad that could bring a bezel-free display to this tablet.

The upcoming phones show the company is adjusting its strategy.

If the rumor is to be believed, all three models will have one more feature in common: They won't have the home button that has been the staple of Apple's flagship phone since its birth on June 29, 2007. Scheduled to start at 10AM, rumour has it that the event might see the launch of three new iPhones. The base model will come with a 5.8-inch screen, while the top-end model will boast off a massive 6.5-inch screen, the report claims. A new, larger but still square profile will be used this time around with the reduction in bezels allowing for a roughly 15% larger display. The cheapest model will be larger than the mid-range version, potentially confusing consumers.

The screens are far more hard to produce than OLED displays, and the company nearly killed the project a year or so ago, the people say. Instead of an iPhone 7s, it jumped straight to an iPhone 8 and an iPhone X (for the number ten, not the letter). The final names could be different, the person noted. There are also reports Apple might be considering an "S" cycle this year. This additional screen real estate is not going to waste either, by the looks of things.

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