Apple is expected to unveil new devices in the first half of September, and a new report by Bloomberg says that the company will launch three new iPhones, as well as other updated models and features.
The report by Bloomberg suggests that it could be “another S year”, meaning the new iPhone models will not have new designs, but updated internal features. Prices are expected to remain high as the global mobile market slows.
Here are the main rumours that have circulated about Apple’s 2018 conference:
- Three new iPhones – this could include an upgraded iPhone X with a 5.8-inch OLED screen; a new, high-end iPhone with a 6.5-inch OLED; a new cheaper model that will look like an iPhone X with a 6.1-inch LED screen.
- Colour options – the cheaper iPhone launched this year is expected to come in a variety of colours and have uncoloured aluminium edges.
- Gestures – all the new iPhones are expected to have the gesture controls introduced with the iPhone X, as well as Face ID.
- According to Bloomberg, the names of the new devices have been subject to a lot of debate at the company – one of the new devices may be called the iPhone “Xs”.
- Other updated devices – Apple is expected to launch upgraded versions of its AirPods, the Apple Watch, the iPad Pro, as well as a new wireless charger.
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