Published: Fri, August 31, 2018
Tech | By Anita Cain

Leaked images of iPhone Xs and Apple Watch Series 4 surface online

Leaked images of iPhone Xs and Apple Watch Series 4 surface online

At least one image of two upcoming iPhones has been leaked, seemingly through an Apple server. The rest two phones will sport a 5.8-inch screen similar to the last year's iPhone X. Also, the rest of the two phones will come with the OLED display panel making them much alike to the iPhone X. Moreover, the OLED iPhone will reportedly be available in gold for the first time. news of colorful iPhone designs in red, grey and more back in July remains unconfirmed. We'll know more when it kicks off on September 12.

9to5Mac was able to get its hands on a promotional image for the Apple Watch Series 4, which apparently leaked out after Apple's announcement of its incoming event. The iPhone X, priced at $999 and up, has helped Apple beat Wall Street sales expectations.

The site said the new flagship model will be called the iPhone XS and that Apple also plans to release a new version of the Apple Watch with a larger display by reducing the edges around it.

There will also be a cheaper device destined to replace the iPhone 8. The base model will come with a 5.8-inch screen, while the top-end model will boast off a massive 6.5-inch screen, the report claims. Both models resemble the current iPhone X. As far as connectivity concerned, Apple could launch it with LTE and WiFi options. One of the most popular iPhone "how-to" articles of 2017 and 2018 are simple guides that detail how to close apps in the iPhone X, suggesting that people are having a hard time adjusting to a no-home-button world.

Apple is expected to launch three iPhones even this year. While it retains the same edge to edge all-screen design, you can see an earpiece and camera module on the smaller iPhone XS that's stacked above.

Other possible products that could be on deck for a grand reveal include an updated iPad Pro and the next version of AirPods.

The Watches will look similar to current models, but will include larger screens that go almost edge-to-edge.

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