Early on Thursday, the Cupertino, California-based company sent out invitations to a 12 September keynote. Now, photos shared to and published by 9to5Mac have given us our first real look at what Apple is expected to unveil at the event: the next iPhone models. Rumors have suggested Apple will show us three new iPhone models, and this leak appear to confirm the existence of two OLED models.
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Apple will likely unveil: a 5.8-inch OLED model to succeed the 2017 iPhone X; a 6.5-inch OLED model often referred to as the 8220;iPhone X Plus8221;; and a low-cost 6.1-inch LCD model. In one leaked image, we can see that the two OLED models will have edge-to-edge displays, no Home button, and will be available in gold. Keep in mind the current iPhone X is only available in silver and space gray.
Remember, Apple8217;s new iPhone models are thought to come with the TrueDepth camera system and Face ID unlocking, rather than a Home Button and Touch ID. You can read more about what we expect from the 2018 iPhone lineup in Pocket-lint8217;s in-depth round-up here.
Lastly, according to this leak, Apple is planning to name both the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED models the 8220;iPhone XS8221;, which is usual. But, from everything we8217;ve heard so far, Apple seems to be unsure about names for this year8217;s iPhone refresh, so that name could change. We8217;ll know in two weeks, though, as Apple plans to take the stage at 10am PST on 12 September to announce everything.