Apple just sent out invitations to one of the most anticipated tech events globally – the 2018 iPhone launch – slated for September 12 at the company's Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. The "Collect Round" teaser released with the invitation does not reveal much about hardware products expected at the event, but reports have now come over which give us an alleged first look at the two upcoming iPhone XS OLED models and the Apple Watch Series 4. Apart from these two products, the rumored Retina Display MacBook Air can also join the iPhone 2018 event.
According to a 9to5Mac report, we have our first look at what will be 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch variants of the upcoming iPhone XS. This glimpse of the two phones stacked on top of each other suggests that the two variants will lend iPhone X's design and get a new gold color choice, not seen last year's model. The report shows no representations of the rumored, cheaper 6.1
According to a report by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, both OLED models will perform similar specifications – the latest Apple A12 SoC, 4GB RAM, 64GB / 256GB / 512GB of built-in storage, dual 12 megapixel rear camera sensors and one stainless steel housing. The 5.8-inch variant can be priced from $ 800 (about Rs. 56,600), and the 6.5-inch model of $ 900 (about Rs. 63,500).
Another 9to5Mac report gives us a look at Apple Watch Series 4, which is rumored to launch on September 12, the Apple Event, along with the three iPhone models. Loan design elements from the iPhone, the Series 4 is expected to come with a "edge to edge" display with minimal fittings and up to 15 percent larger screens compared to last year's Apple Watch Series 3.
A new bell face will also come this time and will show more information than previous faces. Analog clock face will show eight complications at all, placed within and around the clock. Renders also shows a new gap between the digital crown and side button, which may be for an additional microphone for better noise interruption.
A Bloomberg report from earlier this month pointed to the likely launch of a cheap MacBook with Retina Display, which could make it the successor to MacBook Air, which has not seen an upgrade for many years. While Apple usually updates its Mac range in October, we can expect this affordable variant to take place in September.