Spigen iPhone Xs, Xs Max cases launch a few hours too early

Doris Richards
September 12, 2018

Over the past couple of months, we've been hearing some rumors about new iPad Pro models that would, allegedly, be announced alongside the this year's iPhone lineup later this month.

The new model would seem to fill a longstanding demand by Apple fans for a relatively cheap Mac laptop, but one that comes without the Touch Bar. It will be largely similar in design to the iPhone X, including the notch on the front.

This might be a little far-fetched but there's a chance that Apple might launch new AR Headsets at the event today.

We don't know much about them but rumours suggest that Apple might be branching out to headphones this year with the launch of its new headphone. It is expected that there will be three iPhones that the company will launch.

The iPhone XS will look a lot like the iPhone X but it will be accompanied by a big brother, the iPhone XS Max which will have a 6.5-inch display.

Switching to USB-C would mean many accessories that utilize the port (i.e. flash drives, memory card readers, etc.) would work with the iPad Pro.


The 5.8 and 6.5-inch models may be called iPhone XS, indicating at mostly under-the-hood updates, with the larger model rumored to be differentiated with the "Max" moniker, instead of "Plus". And Apple will supposedly add Touch ID to this device, but not the full Touch Bar from the MacBook Pro.

The well-respected analyst also expects the new Apple Watch 4 to sport a ceramic backside instead of composite glass and support advanced heart rate monitoring using electrocardiography (ECG). The iPhone XS is expected to be priced around $900 and the iPhone XC may come with a global price tag of something between $600 to $700.

APPLE will live stream its iPhone launch event on Twitter for the first time, as the technology giant prepares to unveil its latest flagship smartphone.

9to5Mac quickly published Rambo's discoveries, which were product images for two large iPhone models in a shiny gold. New features include grouped notifications, a fresh set of animojis and "digital health" features that let users track how much they use their phones everyday.

"Depending on the price point, the launch of the XC could also see Apple making serious moves in the mobile mid-tier as it hopes to regain ground from more competitively priced rivals".

It's also entirely possible that Apple might only announce some of these things at its event, and then either release the rest in a press release or have it just show up on its website.

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