Apple Watch Series 4 Image Reveals Bigger Display and More

Apple Watch Series 4 Image Reveals Bigger Display and More

Apple recently sent out invitations to its iPhone event, which will take place on 12 September 2018.

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. While most of Apple's iPhone hardware itself may remain the same, if this leaked image of a gold "iPhone XS" is to be believed, nixing the button will force a reckoning with the messy UX and gestural UI tangle that Apple has pushed this year. Although a gold iPhone X was rumored to be launching past year, it never materialized. The images corroborate earlier Bloomberg News reporting that the new high-end devices would come in two sizes, feature a gold color option and use the name iPhone Xs.

This new watch will have an edge-to-edge display that's about 15 percent larger than on the current models, according to 9to5Mac.

The website 9to5Mac is reporting a leaked "iPhone XS" design.

The new Apple Watch will also support new watch faces and the image above suggests that it can support up to 8 complications.

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Instead, the launch will retain previous smartphone designs such as a glass back with stainless steel edges and dual back cameras, but it will add new internal features. It could also be a hint as to what we can expect from the event - is Apple also planning to reveal a new Apple Watch with a round face, perhaps?

The budget device has also been said to be available in myriad colour varieties. The 5.8-inch model will be an upgrade to the present iPhone X, while the bigger 6.5-inch model will be a "Plus" version of the same.

The screens are far more hard to produce than OLED displays, and the company nearly killed the project a year or so ago, the people say. In 2013, Apple launched the iPhone 5c, which was essentially an iPhone 5 in plastic casing.

Traditionally, the company releases its new phone models in the second week of September, and announces key updates to other product lines. 9to5Mac has got its hands on an official Apple image, which shows both of the new OLED iPhones.

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