Apple iPhone XS, iPhone XS Plus and iPhone XC Prices Leaked


And another less expensive model, with a 6.1-inch LCD display. Only China will get proper Dual-SIM (i.e. two physical SIM cards), but if you buy it in the United Kingdom and U.S. you'll be able to use one physical SIM and one separate eSIM - though it's worth being aware that so far only a handful of networks support eSIMs, so you might not actually be able to use the Dual-SIM setup. No, it is that time of the year again when Apple Inc. announces its latest products-including new iPhones, iPads and Apple Watch-you name it, you got it.

Adding to the pool of revelations, a cheaper variant of the upcoming iPhone XS, called iPhone XC, has also been recently spotted online. Today's point of interest is the name of the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone which everyone has been referring to as the iPhone 9. And out of the numerous things to expect on the upcoming iPhones, one has been confirmed by two of China's biggest telecommunication companies - China Mobile and China Telecom.

The event may also include Apple Watch internet-connected wrist wear getting its first significant redesign since it debuted three years ago.

The two OLED phones will come in different sizes - 6.5-inch and 5.8-inch - and will have the same almost full-screen display and facial recognition camera as the iPhone X.

Apple has a dedicated page right here for the event, so bookmark it at your earliest opportunity.

Apple's biggest success story is its Apple Watch series.

Not invited to Apple's September 12 iPhone unveiling? While we have previously reported many hints that check the "Yes" box, here are even more confirmations.

The leaked image shows a gold Apple Watch with what appears to be an edge-to-edge display and a new watch face with eight complications, or special functions.

As for battery life, Apple claims the new phone will last an hour and a half longer than 2017's iPhone 8 Plus.

On Wednesday, September 12, Apple is holding a 'Gather Round' event at which it is expected to show off a new entry-level phone called the XC and two updated versions of the iPhone X named the XC and XC Plus or Max, depending on which rumours you believe. "Other platforms may also be able to access the stream using recent versions of Chrome or Firefox (MSE, H.264, and AAC required)". The dual SIM iPhone will be mostly limited to a few Asian markets like China, India, and Indonesia.

There may be a new iPad that looks a lot more like the iPhone X.