So far, we already know that both of the premium OLED iPhones - the 5.8-inch and the 6.5-inch models - will be called the iPhone Xs, and the iPhone Xs Max. The iPhone XS is tipped to be priced at $899 and $999 for the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch screen variants, respectively. That's all up in the air.
As Ars Technica suggests, it seems exceedingly likely that the event hosted by the tech titan on September 12 will focus nearly exclusively on the iPhone and Apple Watch consumer categories and all of the product lines contained within. Original, no Snake 2 nonsense. Not only will it be providing a more colorful selection on a "budget" version of a flagship iPhone, it will also be reusing that "c" suffix, which now definitely stands for "color". A latest piece of news coming from tipster Slashleaks suggest that Apple will call this year's iPhone - iPhone XS, iPhone XS Plus and iPhone XC. These models would be launched along with a new iPad Pro 2018, MacBook and Apple smart Watch. What's even more interesting is the fact that Apple could be taking away its 3D Touch technology on the 6.1-inch iPhone Xr, potentially replacing it with a completely software-based solution. That could mean the lower-cost device ships in limited quantities initially, they said. The new Apple Watch is expected to have a similar design to the current Apple Watch 3, but potentially with a slightly larger screen squeezed into the same size body, according to reports.
Apple may announce when its AirPower wireless charging pad will be available. Meaning, we can expect the new iPhones to be available in India on the same date. The company faced development challenges, but plans to launch it as soon as this month, Bloomberg News reported earlier this year.
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It also said that every Apple product "contains parts or materials from the United States and is made with equipment from US-based suppliers".
New MacBook: The company is preparing a new lower-cost laptop with a 13-inch Retina display to succeed the MacBook Air.
The event may also include Apple Watch internet-connected wrist wear getting its first significant redesign since it debuted three years ago. They'll come in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes, and could give Apple a boost in the slowing tablet market.
Apple isn't too precise about the system requirements, but says "recent versions" of Chrome and Firefox are supported. This time around it will focus on graphic designers and other professional users, who have been asking for new Macs that meet their more-demanding needs.