Published: Fri, August 31, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Preston Stone

Apple Reportedly Set to Unveil the Latest iPhone on September 12

Apple Reportedly Set to Unveil the Latest iPhone on September 12

This year is expected to be an "S year", meaning any new iPhones are likely to be an evolution, rather than a revolution, from last year's flagship iPhone X reveal.

So earlier today, it was revealed that Apple is holding a press event to debut a new set of iPhone models, although this leak has already confirmed that we're getting the Apple XS.

Other possible new releases at the event, per BI: new models of the Apple Watch, iPad Pro, and AirPods. The event itself will take place at Apple Park's Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California.

While some thought the design could be indicative of a wireless charging coil, others thought it could be a reference to updated camera tech in the new iPhones.

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

Speaking of specs, all the phones are expected to come with the usual arsenal of Apple Face ID unlock, gesture control etc.

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The upcoming phones show the company is adjusting its strategy.

Apple is facing growing rivalry outside of the US, especially in developing markets where many people prefer less expensive phones with larger screens. Apple will give this handset a 6.1-inch screen and swap stainless steel for aluminum.

That'd make for an awfully busy day so it's entirely possible that the iPads and MacBook could be reserved for a separate event in October. A Google spokeswoman declined to comment.

A larger 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus. The final names could be different, the person noted. As stated by CNET, Apple is reportedly preparing one iPad Pro that's approximately 11-inch and another 12.9-inch model. The display size will be marginally bigger than the current design, but the overall form factor would remain the same.

Judging by Apple's past actions, analysts expect the company will begin selling some of the new models by the end of September.

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