Apple to Unveil New iPhones Next Month

Delia Walker
September 1, 2018

For that we'll have to wait until 12 September when Apple officially unveils both devices during its annual event taking place at the company's new "spaceship" campus in Cupertino.

Beyond the iPhones, Apple is also planning new Macs, Apple Watches and iPad Pros for debut this year.

The logic board, also known as a motherboard, houses the most critical components of an iPhone, including the CPU and memory chips.

The processing speeds and camera will be the biggest improvements over last year's iPhone X, and some worldwide models are also rumoured to have dual-SIM slots.


9to5 Mac also published an image of what it says are two new iPhones, both of which it claims Apple will call the iPhone XS. On Thursday night, Apple sent out a media invite for the iPhone 2018 launch on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theatre. The final names of all the three iPhones are yet to be revealed by Apple.

The new iPhone XS models will be joined by the all-new Apple Watch Series 4.

The iPhone XS is supposedly going to feature a new A12 6-core processor which is built on a cutting edge 7nm fabrication process providing an enormous boost in performance and battery efficiency.

The wholly new iPhone will still be iPhone X inspired by design, but it will come with an LCD screen and be aimed at replacing the iPhone 6 and 5C in the market. Apparently, Apple will launch the iPhone XS in two variants. Furthermore, similar to 2017's iPhone X, it seems Apple may get rid of the Home Button on these new iPad Pros, which would allow the company to create a slimmer, near-bezel-less display with rounded corners.


A recent leak has revealed new details about the Apple Watch 4, including a larger screen, thinner bezels, and an updated watch face with several new complications. Lastly, the picture above shows what could be an additional microphone between the side button and Digital Crown.

At first glance, and even second, it looks very much like existing Apple Watches.

Another condition is that Apple "may restrict or limit" the iPhone's fix to the original country or region the product was bought in.

Official renders of the next iPhone - due to be unveiled on September 12 - have been leaked online.


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