Three days before Apple is expected to announce this year's new iPhones, a new report claims the cheapest of the expected trio of new releases might not be as easy to come by on launch day. The iPhone XS is going to be an upgrade of the existing iPhone X and continue to retain the same 5.8-inch OLED display.
The consensus expectation is that the new LCD iPhone will be priced between US$699 and US$749, Goldman Sachs analyst Rod Hall wrote Friday in a note to investors. The XS Plus was rumoured to have been called the iPhone XS Max and is expected to have a 6.5 inch OLED screen.
The iPhone XS is set to be the "headline" product, the smaller (and easier to hold) 5.8-inch handset that still chucks in all the top-end technology. As expected, the three new iPhones will come with Apple A12 chipset under the hood, but the amount of RAM is still a mystery. When it comes to the iPhone XC, Ben Gaskin tweeted some pictures on its profile showing some white, red, and blue prototypes.
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Based on information from TrendForce, the iPhone 9 which will measure 6.1 inches will come in both 256 and 64GB models. Now, we are hearing that Apple will likely announce two iPad Pro models on Wednesday, including an all-new 11-inch tablet and a refreshed version of existing 12.9-inch variant.
After 9to5Mac brought the name iPhone XS Max into play last week for the largest of the new models, the name iPhone XS Plus is again mentioned on the slide. Because AppleInsider, which picked up the iPhone Italia report, says it's confirmed the company in question is Apple's shipping partner in Italy.
Have a peek at the timeline below for additional tips and bits of information on the Apple Event that'll take place on September 12th, 2018. The company will be launching new hardware products including new iPhones, iPads, and the new Apple Watch. Of course, there's always the possibly of a shocking "One more thing", but true shocks are no longer easy for Apple to pull off.
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