What to expect from the upcoming Apple Watch Series 4

What to expect from the upcoming Apple Watch Series 4

What to expect from the upcoming Apple Watch Series 4

Here we are talking about the red, orange, blue, grey, white and rose gold. The 6.5-inch OLED iPhone and the 5.8-inch OLED iPhone are expected to named as iPhone XS Plus and iPhone XS respectively.

Marques Brownlee has posted a video on his YouTube channel showing some prototypes of the device, and it seems like it will have only one camera sensor compared to its trio mates. And there we were, thinking that those would be the names.

Gladman Sachs notes that the effect of the $849 price for the base iPhone on the other models means that pricing on those devices goes up as well. According to the leak, the phone would come in two screen sizes - 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch.

iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xs will both be equipped with 4GB of RAM contrary to iPhone 9 which will only have 3GB.

If you're hoping for news on a new, smaller phone then you'll see below that you're likely to be disappointed: there's very little chance of a new iPhone SE 2.

Through the rest of 2018, the world's most valuable public company will launch three new iPhones, revamped iPad Pros, Apple Watches with larger screens, a new entry-level laptop with a sharper screen, a pro-focused Mac mini desktop computer and new accessories like the AirPower wireless charger.

So, it sounds like Apple is having a bit of trouble choosing the names for its new iPhones.

About two weeks ago, a marketing image of the upcoming Apple Watch leaked online, thus providing us with an extremely vivid look at what the next-gen Apple Watch will look like.

The iPhone 8 and iPhone X left many disappointed, with consumer lamenting the loss of a headphone jack, the home screen button and a huge price increase which saw the latter's first-generation model being sold for a hefty price tag of £769 ($999). Reports say that the dual sim version of the iPhone XS will be available only after 21st September. Nearly $10bn (£7.7bn) worth of Apple shares are now out on loan after a recent increase in shorting, according to data from.

The forecast comes after a Saturday tweet from Trump urging Apple to avoid tariff costs by increasing domestic production.

We are hoping to hear more about the platform though, as - unlike iOS 12 - there's been no WatchOS beta for the eager to try.

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