Apple CEO Tim Cook will take to the stage on Wednesday to reveal the new iPhone (or iPhones) and the features that will be packed in this year.More news: Hurricane Florence strengthens to Category 2 storm
Still, Apple has faced tight supply of the new low-priced model due to minor complications fitting backlights for the LCD screen, according to people familiar with the matter. Extra features like bringing live sports and news to the TV app were also announced.Apple TV 4K is the first (and only) streaming device to support both Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision.
The phones may raise the iPhone average sales price, boosting revenue and profit, while expanding the total number of active Apple devices to support sales of accessories and digital services. All of the new iPhones will include the iPhone X's new design, along with Face ID for unlocking the device. In contrast to last year's reports for the iPhone X, this time around some unreasonable speculation has remained for the naming of the three iPhones.
The Apple Watch is 3 years old and ready for a light refresh. We will have to wait and see. The new models will probably still work with existing accessories.More news: Novak Djokovic vs Juan Martin del Potro, US Open 2018 final
The iPhone X also introduced the notch trend, which several Android manufacturers have since jumped onto.
And while there are bump-ups indeed, reports say that Apple was able to keep the price at the same levels by going with cheaper components. The flat white oval charges the iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods at the same time without having to plug them in.
Just two days to go before Apple unveils the most awaited smartphones of 2018, yet tipsters have been trying their best to gather information on the upcoming products. We'll likely learn when the software will roll out to devices and maybe get a peek at a surprise feature or two. We'll find out properly (along with a showcase of whatever the inevitable gimmicky thing is) on September 12th at Apple's big announcement event.More news: Serena Williams wins U.S. Open quarterfinals, advances to semis