New Apple iPhone leaked

New Apple iPhone leaked

Two of the three new iPhones rumored to debut at Apple's September 12 event are just refreshes of the iPhone X: One that's the same size as the current iPhone X (5.8-inches), and a larger iPhone X that'll boast a 6.5-inch display.

Starting off with the new iPhones, Apple's new 2018 lineup looks set to consist of 6.1-inch LCD-equipped iPhone 9 (not pictured here) alongside two iPhone XS-branded OLED handsets.

Apple will also reportedly bring back more color options, including gold, to give Apple fans more variety.

As if details on the iPhone XS wasn't enough, there is also a detailed leaked image/render of the upcoming Apple Watch Series 4. The new Apple Watch models will include larger screens that cover almost the entire front of the watch. According to technology industry insiders, Apple is expected to launch multiple new iPhone's, a new Apple watch, and an updated version of the iPad. "Assuming a 3.5-year upgrade cycle and a 90% retention rate implies 207m iPhones sold each year, slightly below the Street's 219m expected in FY18 and FY19". Twitter favorite @Darth, meanwhile, Photoshopped an Apple Watch band behind the circular image, insinuating it could be a new rounded shape for Apple Watch faces. And according to the publication, both models will be called the iPhone XS.

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The company sent invites to the media for its annual fall product event, where it traditionally offers the first glimpse of its new iPhone.

Apple has historically held September events to show off new iPhone models, and this year the company is expected to stay true to that course.

Follow Business Insider Australia on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram. This one shows off a lot more complications - bits of on-screen information - than previous Apple Watch watch faces (eight, to be exact).

So, if you love all things Apple, it seems September 12 is the date you definitely need to put in your diary. Apple has in each of the past six years hosted a press conference in early September to announce a new iPhone.

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