Leaked images of iPhone Xs and Apple Watch Series 4 surface online

How 3 New iPhones Fit Perfectly in Apple's Booming Ecosystem

How 3 New iPhones Fit Perfectly in Apple's Booming Ecosystem

During the iPhone X launch back in 2017, Apple only announced two flavours of its bezel-less flagship; a Silver one and a Space Grey one. The iPad Pro is due for an update and rumors say Apple will replace the 10.5-inch tablet with an 11-inch model. A Bloomberg report from earlier this month suggested Apple was struggling with this year's naming scheme.

Apple has sent out press invitations to its annual iPhone media event. As per the analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple could price its 6.1-inch LCD iPhone between $600 (around Rs 42,000) to $700 (roughly Rs 49,000 approx).

The image shows a watch with what appears to be an edge-to-edge display, a more advanced watch face, and some subtle design tweaks. But excluding Pencil support might not be that big of a deal for iPhone users, especially if that feature isn't accompanied by a redesign of Apple's Pencil, an iPad accessory that seemingly embraces form over function compared to similar styli from the competition.

Speculation includes talk that Apple introduce three new iPhone models, infusing some with features from a premium iPhone X that debuted previous year with a $1,000 price tag.




Bloomberg also claims all three phones will use the home-button-free gesture interface introduced by the iPhone X. Of course, improvements to the camera and SoC inside the devices could also be on the menu. But the most interesting part is what's on the screen.

So, if you love all things Apple, it seems September 12 is the date you definitely need to put in your diary. It's rumored to come in new colors, too, but which colors those will be remains unknown.

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The Cupertino, California firm apparently leaked images of its upcoming iPhone and Apple Watch refreshes. It also could stoke confusion among iPhone owners as to whether or not they have the feature on their device.

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