It’s that time of the year again. Apple’s mega Fall Event is all ready for the launch of their new Iphone series on Wednesday.
Such is the anticipation for this event that iPhone lovers, and even those who hate it, can’t afford to miss it!
A number of futuristic products will be coming up especially the upgrades of the iPhoneX that saw a radical redesign last year.
But Apple is not just about the iPhone. The accessories and services around the iPhone have become hugely popular too, and therefore, you can expect plenty of announcements surrounding the new Apple Watch, AirPods, and maybe even the long-absent AirPower Charging Pad. All this, in addition to the new software announced at WWDC earlier this year, which should be released after a summer of beta testing.
Apple’s flagship product, the iPhone, is expected to grab the headlines. Like last year, this year too, Apple is expected to announce 3 new iPhones.
First up, the iPhone XS ? which is expected to be an updated version of last year’s iPhone X with same, notched, bezel-less, 5.8-inch screen, but with improved internal specifications.
But along with the iPhone XS, Apple could also announce a larger, 6.5-inch version of iPhone X. The vein of its plus models will offer a bigger screen and larger battery.
According to sources, the bigger XS will be called the iPhone XS MAX, and not XS Plus.
Neither of the new XS Phones will break too much from the mold of iPhone X ? they will both feature OLED displays, stainless steel frames, and the Face ID notch.
Most of the changes would come in internally, in the form of a new A12 processor and more RAM. A gold variant could to the existing black and white phone.
There is high probability that Apple may have some exclusive features added to the XS models, as has been the case with other S devices. After all, they will have to justify the price tag too!
A more economical, 6.1-inch LCD iPhone that would offer a bezel-less display and Face ID of the X and XS phones at a much more economical price, thereby replacing the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus as Apple’s new entry model.
What Apple plans to call this device, is yet a mystery. But this economical option will cut some of the premium features of the iPhone X like the OLED screen, stainless steel frame, and possibly even the 3D Touch system.