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Image courtesy Reuters

Image courtesy Reuters

Apple is hosting its annual media event on September 12, where we should see the company announce not one, but three new iPhones. Apple is said to be announcing a total of three new smartphones: a 6.5-inch handset with an OLED display, glass back, and stainless steel edges; a "more affordable" 6.1-inch model with an LCD display and aluminum edges; and a 5.8-inch model that's almost identical to the original iPhone X but with a faster processor and an improved camera.

So there are Apple's upcoming iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4 products. Both of the iPhone XS handsets that appear in the leaked image - obtained by 9to5Mac - are free of a home button, and appear to have a gold option available.

Thankfully, it looks like this Apple Watch Series 4 will be compatible with Apple's current Watch bands, meaning those of you with extensive band collections can keep using those straps with the new Apple Watch.

The Apple iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4 will be unveiled during a special event at Apple's spaceship campus on September 12.

Highly anticipated: All eyes will be on Apple as it unveils refreshed products for the 2018 holiday season and beyond. Note that Apple iPhone 8 Plus models re not part of this fix program.

Apple's quarterly Watch shipments declined 20 percent quarterly, but grew 17 percent year-on-year.

Of course, Apple didn't reveal the nature of the event in its invitations. This new analog watch face features eight complications. The digital crown and side button look slightly different (a haptic solid state side button is expected).

The leaked image also shows a new watch face that's chock full of information. The final iPhone is something in between the two-maybe called the iPhone X Lite-and is rumored to feature a 6.1-inch LCD display instead of the OLED display found in the other two models. Stay tuned for more rumors and photos, as we near the big launch event. And similar to 2017's iPhone lineup, Apple may force the world into a truly wireless future, as it seems the company may get rid of the headphone jack on these iPad Pros.

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