Apple will be releasing three smartphones namely the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Plus and the iPhone 9. In addition, according to the information portal, iPhone XS will be available in gold color option. For September 2018, it's predicted that Apple will release its latest flagship-the iPhone XS-along with a slew of other devices, including an updated iPad Pro and a new Apple Watch series. For the past few months, rumors, speculation, and leaks have given us some insight into what we should expect when Apple CEO Tim Cook and company take the stage next week to announce the new iPhones.
A gold iPhone XS was also showcased in a concept video based on last week's leaks.
Concerning MacBook 2018 lineup, the leak reveals that it will come in 12-inch and 13-inch Retina Display models. The iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max are expected to come in the usual three colour options. To further corroborate this idea, a Redditor called Meechflow95 has posted images of cases that may fit a phone with a design similar to that of the iPhone X. However, neither case appears to fit the phone. The video shows both the variants of the upcoming iPhone XS - the 5.8 and the 6.5 inch model. Both the XS and XS Max will also reportedly see an internal spec boost over the current iPhone X, with a new A12 processor and 4GB of RAM.
Apple has also been rumoured to be planning the grand unveiling of its biggest iPhone yet that will also sport an all-screen design.
"We expect the shift to a borderless LCD iPhone and the introduction of a larger OLED iPhone to drive solid pricing power in the fiscal 2019 iPhone cycle", they wrote.
More Storage We may finally see an iPhone with 512GB of storage, if another research note from Ming-Chi Kuo is accurate. However, all three will come with a notch and also feature Apple's Face ID. The iPhone XS Max will start at £1099. A 6.5-inch screen has actually been proposed.
The middle device is rumored to be just an iPhone X upgrade. "At the time we assumed the larger, 6.5" OLED handset would go by iPhone Xs Plus, but apparently Apple is done with the Plus moniker for its mobile devices.