The smaller device has a 5.8-inch screen, the same as the current iPhone X, while the bigger device has a 6.5-inch screen.
Apple shares hit record highs on Thursday after it said it would host an event on 12 September at its Cupertino campus where it is widely expected to unveil new iPhone models.
Rumours around new iPad Pro models While there are little chances, some rumours also suggest that Apple could launch a new iPad Pro model in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes with support for FaceID and thinner bezels around the screen.
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Volume on United States exchanges was 5.86 billion shares, compared with the 6.49 billion average over the last 20 trading days. Target shares touched an all-time high after the retailer beat quarterly estimates and raised its full-year profit forecast.
A few hours after Apple's announcement, 9to5Mac, a technology news website, posted photographs of two gold iPhone models stacked on top of each other, with a larger-screened model on the bottom.
As for the Apple Watch, we're again looking at something that largely does not deviate from the Apple Watch as we know it today. The image of the Watch shows a new face that displays more information and a bigger display. No news, however, on whether Apple will finally offer an always-on display option. But while we thought we'd have to wait weeks to see the new Apple Watch, we only had to wait hours.
9to5Mac says the image above isn't a render or photoshopped picture but a genuine leaked image from Apple's forthcoming marketing for what will be known as the iPhone XS. It's good to see that Apple chose to reduce the bezels, just like it did with the iPhone X past year, to increase screen size, rather than making the case itself bigger.
Rumours have it that the 6.5-inch Plus model of the upcoming iPhone will be priced at around $1,000. So, here is what all Apple might launch on September 12. According to CNET, the Apple Watch Series 4-or whatever Apple plans on calling this new smartwatch-will likely cost the same as the Series 3 Apple Watch, which starts at $329 and travels up to $799 depending on model and features.