Apple sends out invitations for the new iPhone event on September 12

Apple sends out invitations for the new iPhone event on September 12

Apple sends out invitations for the new iPhone event on September 12

The event itself will take place at Apple Park's Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. That's right, both of Apple's new flagship iPhone models are apparently called "iPhone XS". We saw this past year when almost every detail/feature concerning the 2017 iPhone X were spoiled by a HomePod firmware leak. One of these two models will have a reported 6.5-inch screen, which would make it the largest iPhone yet.

Last week, European blogs spotted some regulatory filings which suggested Apple plans to unroll 6 variations of the new watch, and other leaks have indicated that a larger (though not necessarily circular) display is in the works.

Apple is expected to officially unveil all their new tech at their September 12 event, but thanks to 9to5MAC, readers can already get a glimpse of the new iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4.

So there are Apple's upcoming iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4 products.

Apple has for years released its new phone models in the second week of September and often updates other product lines such as the Apple Watch at the event. The iPhone X cost an unheralded £999 when it arrived past year and smartphone prices are only going in one direction.

iPhone 9, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Plus?

Apple is always anxious about its suppliers leaking images and parts for its upcoming products, but in recent years, numerous most critical leaks have come from within. Indeed, all three new phones are likely to sport the iPhone X's edge-to-edge screen design, complete with the infamous "notch" for the Face ID selfie camera.

When Apple sent out invitations to the press for its big event on September 12th, it apparently also accidentally posted some information and images for a brief time on a public server.

The Apple Watch Gay Pride face displaying the rainbow flag has purportedly been "hardcoded" by the tech giant not to show up in Russian Federation, according to a software developer who has examined the code.

Here are all the Apple Watch Series 4 rumours.

We have reached out to Apple for confirmation and comment and will update if we hear back.

It appears that previous Apple Watch bands would still fit the new watch.

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