IPhone XS leaked image shows off larger display and gold finish

The iPhone XS will purportedly be offered in a 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch model. In fact, the event, where the next iPhones are expected to be launched, will be again at the Steve Jobs theatre adjoining the new Apple Campus.

Apple will be launching three new mobile devices based on the iPhone X's design.

Oh, and Apple will probably finally ship the AirPower wireless charger a year after it was announced.

New iPhones are coming in September, and now we know exactly when.

Apple has sent out invitations for an event at its Cupertino, California, campus - an event that is nearly sure to reveal the next generation of iPhone, as the company has done every September since 2012. It's happening on 12 September at 10AM PDT which is on Thursday, 13 September at 1AM Malaysian Time. Both models resemble the current iPhone X. On the other hand, the 6.1-inch version will have an LCD panel and called iPhone 9.

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It can also create accurate light reflections on glass, metal, and over the eyes of in-game human characters. Today at Gamescom , NVIDIA announced three new graphics cards for the next generations.

Such a major design change could shock users (a lot of them, since 70% of all new iPhone buyers will reportedly upgrade over the next year).

Apple's new iPhone lineup will feature an edge-to-edge display with slim bezels and no Home button, as Touch ID has been replaced with Face ID, which is enabled through the advanced TrueDepth camera system.

While the older iPhone X had a large screen than the Pluses of years past, in practice, Apple did not support those layouts om the smaller handset, likely due to its width. That rose gold circle could also allude to the other alleged big protagonist of the event: The Apple Watch Series 4 and its circular crown.

All the three iPhone X 2018 models are expected to run Apple's upcoming A12 chipset. The globe appears to be a new complication, perhaps tied to some of Apple's astronomical faces.

  • Delia Davidson