New iPhone 2018 launch event is scheduled for September 12


It tells attendees to "gather round" and lists the date for the event - and that's about it. Final year's OLED model, the iPhone X, became limited to silver and condominium gray.

One Apple iPhone X faceup and pointing to the left with another iPhone X, this time face down, underneath it. In fact, two new Apple Watches were recently spotted getting certified by the Eurasian Economic Commission in Russian Federation, further confirming the speculation.

Apple will unveil its newest devices at an event on Wednesday, September 12, at the Steve Jobs Theater at its Cupertino campus, as confirmed by invites sent to media today.

As always, precise details are scarce, but if you were thinking of getting a new Apple product you might want to hold off until 12 September. New: A larger, potentially "plus" model that will have a 6.5-inch screen to go along with the updated 5.8-inch model.

All the 2018-series iPhones are coming with new generation 7nm Apple 12 processor and improved True Depth front-camera with FaceID capability. According to the information, all these phones will come with the Notch display, which was first seen in the iPhone X. The company can present three new smartphones such as the iPhone X this year.

A third, 6.1-inch model could be categorized as more of a budget handset, at least budget by Apple's standards.

The Apple Watch Series 4 was also leaked, and boy does it look fine.

The new iPhones also feature a brand new wallpaper, which is precisely what we expect from every new iPhone release.

If true, one of my initial questions is this: With such a large screen, how much of a footprint will the overall device have to have? Along with this, the company can also provide wireless charging support. It's more than likely Apple wants everyone to move over to the new all screen design and so is continuing to recycle the design another year. This is the first time the Apple Watch has seen some major changes in hardware, and it will be interesting to see what new features it will come with.