Purported iPhone XS image shows gold color and Plus-sized display

Posted September 01, 2018

Apple Inc is set to roll out its latest lineup of products on september 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater in the company's Cupertino, California campus, the iPhone maker said on Thursday. Now known - again, unofficially - as the iPhone X 6.1, it's believed to have a 6.1-inch LCD screen, unlike the OLED panels of the more expensive phones.

The site believes the iPhone XS will come in 5.8in and 6.5in OLED screen sizes and be available in a new gold finish.

A larger 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus.

This year looks set to be no different with plenty of speculation around a new Apple Watch, AirPods and iPad devices.

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At the September 12 event, Apple alongside the three iPhones is also expected to unveil the new Apple Watch Series 4. The new models will also reportedly increase in size, from a 10.5-inch version to an 11-inch and a 12.9-inch option.

One Apple iPhone X faceup and pointing to the left with another iPhone X, this time face down, underneath it.

There have been reports/rumors that new iPad Pro models with "Face ID, slimmer bezels, and no Home button are in the works, as are refreshed Macs that include a low-priced MacBook and a new Mac mini, but it is not clear if these products will come at the September event". The iPhone X now is only available in black or white. It also has slimmer bezels, the likes of which should help the wearable get more in line with the physical styling of the edge-to-edge display featured on the iPhone X. In the coming days, you can expect more leaks about these new products.

Hours after that company sent out invites for its hardware event, its new iPhone XS devices leaked. And we may now know what the next watch looks like.

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As most hardcore Apple fans have undoubtedly seen by now, new information surrounding Apple's next-generation iPhone XS was posted on 9to5Mac on Thursday.

All the phones could also include gesture controls and Apple's Face ID unlocking system, and 3D Touch might be stripped off from at least one of the devices.

Meanwhile, Apple has yet to comment on the authenticity of the photos.

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