Apple is set to launch the phone in a new gold colour option that hasn't previously been available.
Hardly a surprise, Apple for years has been exploring ways to make iPhone displays thinner, lighter, and more energy-efficient.
The Apple iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4 will be unveiled during a special event at Apple's spaceship campus on September 12. We're also expecting two new iPad Pros, a new entry-level MacBook and a launch date for Apple's wireless charging mat. The new OLED screens should bump Apple up to near, or at the very top of the mobile display game.
If previous years are any indication, Apple's new iPhones could go on sale the following week, perhaps on September 21. We will be covering the event in detail, so be sure to stick around. The devices will boast a wider range of prices, features and sizes to increase their appeal, said the people, who asked not to be identified discussing unannounced products. And, thanks to that bigger screen, we get a lot more information. On the camera front, the 6.5-inch iPhone will also come with dual 12-megapixel back cameras. "We reckon the iPhone XS Plus with its 6.5" screen will likely have a similar size to its current iPhone 8 Plus.
The big changes start off with an edge-to-edge display, which gives the new watch a 15 percent bigger display. That feature would let travelers easily switch between a local carrier plan and a new country or coverage area. The iPhone launch that is held in the month of September.
Meanwhile, the 6.1-inch iPhone will be the costliest phone of the three iPhones launching this year. This means, there's no iPhone XS Plus. There are a few plausible explanations for what Apple may be planning for Year Seven of the Tim Cook Era.
In addition to the image, today's report claims that these new iPhones will both be known as "iPhone XS".