Last-minute iPhone leaks pop-up before Apple's event

Last-minute iPhone leaks pop-up before Apple's event

Last-minute iPhone leaks pop-up before Apple's event

While overtaken recently by China's Huawei in terms of sales, Apple's stock value soared to $1 trillion, highlighting its high-end appeal and anticipation over the annual refresh of its most profitable product.

While the iPhone remains Apple's bread and butter, accounting for the vast amount of the firm's profits, a growing part of its business comes from other areas, such as the Apple Watch.

That's why it's a bit surprising that Apple has chose to livestream its iPhone XS launch on the platform this year, as first reported by TechCrunch.

So we'd take these photos with a pinch of salt, but whether they're the real deal or not they're probably more or less representative of what the iPhone XS will look like.

Days ahead of Apple's big iPhone event on september 12, Apple analyst and speculator Ming-Chi Kuo has dropped (via 9to5Mac) a bunch of tidbits for future Apple products. The image shared by Slash leaks shows the smartphone 6.1-inch LCD iPhone in three different colours, of which two are new.

A NUMBER OF APPLE DEVICES, including the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPad Pro, are "likely" to be banned in South Korea.

The three models are expected to be the iPhone X, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR.

Alongside the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max. and the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, we will see an upgraded version of the Apple Watch, possibly new iPad Pro and upgrades to other hardware as well. Now, ahead of today's announcement, we must keep in mind that the government has increased import duty on fully built products to 20 percent and dollar is trading at Rs 72 for a rupee.

Just don't expect Apple to make that mistake ever again. If you know how much Apple computer chargers are, then you also know this is a big deal. While Xs will be an advanced version of the iPhone X, iPhone XC will be its low-priced version.

Apple chief executive Tim Cook has touted fitness and health features of the company´s smartwatch, which dominates that market.

The 5.8 and 6.5-inch models may be called iPhone XS, indicating at mostly under-the-hood updates, with the larger model rumored to be differentiated with the "Max" moniker, instead of "Plus".

Industry analysts expect the price of new iPhones to start from Dh3,200 and it could go beyond Dh4,500. And it looks nearly like the iPhone 8.

For one, giving USB-C to iPad Pros means users could potentially plug in a much wider variety of devices and accessories than they could with Apple's standard Lightning port.

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