Official- Apple to unveil 2018 iPhones on September 12

Apple launches its iPhones during the fall in September, and this year is no different. It's official that Apple is set to unveil 2018 iPhones on September 12, at the Steve Jobs Theater inside the Apple Park in Cupertino.

In 2018, Apple will unveil three iPhone models - The successor to the iPhone X- 5.8-inch iPhone called iPhone XS, a cheaper 6.1-inch LCD iPhone and a high-end 6.5" model will be called - iPhone XS Plus perhaps? with similar dimensions to the iPhone 8 Plus. In addition, Apple will also release the next generation iPad Pro in 2 variants including the 10.5-inch and another 12.9-inch forms with minimal bezels, Face ID and thinner bodies.

The reports according to 9to5Mac reveal that the new iPhone X successor will be named as iPhone XS, and the leaked renders also display as 6.5-inch larger model and that makes its two-thirds of the next iPhones already out on render. The model looks identical to the last year’s iPhone X but however feature minimal bezels since Apple looks to maximise the screen on the front panel. We also notice the gold accents running along the sides of both the devices that are made of stainless steel with glass adhered to both sides.

While we get to know more details in the coming days, 2018 new iPhones will arrive with AMOLED panels, up to 512GB storage, the new A12 chipset and 4GB of RAM. The 6.1-inch display third model may have a lower resolution with aluminium chassis and a single camera at the back and a smaller 3GB RAM.

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