IPhone XS coming soon: 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED displays

IPhone XS coming soon: 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED displays

The company will use the Steve Jobs Theater at the new Apple Campus for the annual event. In another article, Gizmodo outlines what it "thinks" it knows about the new iPhone: expect three new models ranging in screen size from 5.8 inches to 6.5 inches.

To recap, the smart money says Apple will launch three new iPhones at the 2018 Apple event, just as it did previous year. Other possible new releases at the event, per BI: new models of the Apple Watch, iPad Pro, and AirPods.

New images published by 9to5Mac appear to show Apple's next iPhones as well as a bigger-screened Apple Watch, both of which seem to be slated for an official reveal on September 12.

The date for the event has been confirmed as September 12. The iPhone X, priced from $999, has helped Apple beat Wall Street sales expectations.

In terms of additional iPhone rumours, it's believed Apple has been working on a larger version of the iPhone X, as well as a cheaper model. This means, there's no iPhone XS Plus. The follow-up to the iPhone X will be dubbed the iPhone XS, according to Apple blog 9to5Mac, which also got its hands on some iPhone XS photos and images of the new Apple Watch. The company has adjusted for those changes by charging more for each phone - $1,000 for the iPhone X, for example - but is also looking to build up other product lines and its push into services such as entertainment.

And a mid-range iPhone with a 6.1-inch LCD display.

All the 2018-series iPhones will come with new generation 7nm Apple 12 processor and improved True Depth front-camera with FaceID capability.

The leaked details come from 9to5Mac, whose report states that new model has a screen that is roughly 15% bigger than the Apple Watch Series 3. With September right around the corner, we won't have to wait long to see what Apple has up its sleeve. The Verge also points out that Google openly trolled the Russian government with its homepage during the Olympic Games in Russia, and I wish Apple had at least tried something similarly bold here.

Apple did not immediately respond to a request for further information.