Apple to kick off product blitz with iphone Xs line, new watches

The technology giant is reportedly set to introduce two updated versions of the iPhone X

The technology giant is reportedly set to introduce two updated versions of the iPhone X

For more on everything we're hoping for and everything that's expected, check out CNET's full preview of Apple's upcoming iPhone event. As soon as Apple announces the new models, the price you can get for the old models will drop by at least 20%, possibly more. Specifically, the iPhone XS Plus will sport a 6.5-inch OLED display.

We're just a day away from Apple's big September 12 event, making this the flawless time for final rumors to make their case.

However, this doesn't mean we don't get details for the LCD iPhone's name.

Apple is rumoured to be preparing to unleash three brand new iPhones and perhaps even an Apple Watch. However, we expect the USA prices to be at least 20 percent lower. It would also explain why Apple is seemingly in no rush to upgrade its 4-inch iPhone SE, despite the fact that some users love it. The XS Plus was rumoured to have been called the iPhone XS Max and is expected to have a 6.5 inch OLED screen. Earlier this week China Telecom published a new poster revealing that the new iPhone will arrive with Dual-SIM and dual standby support. Given that it's been two years since the first generation of AirPods hit store shelves, it may time for Apple to release AirPods 2. The iPhone Xs Max is expected to feature a $999 or Rs. 72,667, keeping in mind that these are just estimations for the base storage models, which will feature 64GB of onboard memory.

The unveiling will take place on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park premises in Cupertino. Since the "X" stands for 10, rather than the letter in Apple's official naming, an XS would mirror similar "S" phones such as the iPhone 4S, 5S and 6S, rather than standing for iPhone "extra small" or "excess".

Now, as per reports published by 9to5Mac citing a popular supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple's 6.1-inch iPhone will be called iPhone "Xr".

A retail box sticker also confirms the new Apple XS moniker, which will be available in 64 and 256 GB variants.

This week is a big one for fans of Apple smartphones, as the company will announce iPhones on Wednesday. The company recently released a cheaper version of the iPad in March for £319, and before that a refreshed second-generation version of iPad Pro in June past year.

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