It looks like the latest gadgets to leak early this year belong to none other than Apple. Apple is expected to launch iPhone X-like-looking phones this time in three display sizes - 6.5-inch with OLED display, 5.8-inch with OLED and 6.1-inch TFT-LCD. We are still expecting to seethree new iPhones, and now9to5Mac has uncovered what it thinks is proof that two of the new iPhones will be called the iPhone XS.
The event's gold-themed invitation fuelled speculation that the company planned to release a gold-coloured handset, with the current iPhone X models only available in silver and grey. That, in addition to four complications in the middle of the display, means that you'll be able to get more information at a glance. The iPhone X, priced at $999 and up, has helped Apple beat Wall Street sales expectations.
It's the most important day of the year for Apple, because the iPhone accounts for about two-thirds of its revenue. All three iPhones will follow the same design language as the iPhone X, which is an edge-to-edge display with a notch cut out on top, Bloomberg reported. It will continue to have a glass back with stainless steel edges and dual cameras on the back.
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.
There will also be a cheaper device destined to replace the iPhone 8. There will be a successor to the iPhone X and a bigger version of that too. There's also been chatter of a new iPad Pro, for instance, and indeed refreshes elsewhere in Apple's hardware line-up. This additional screen real estate is not going to waste either, by the looks of things.
Official renders of the next iPhone - due to be unveiled on September 12 - have been leaked online.
Speaking of specs, all the phones are expected to come with the usual arsenal of Apple Face ID unlock, gesture control etc.