On the day Apple announced the date of the fall of the iPhone event, the announcement of the announcement completely blew. At least one photo of two upcoming iPhones has been leaked, apparently through an Apple server. 9to5Mac has gotten hands on an official Apple image, showing both the new OLED iPhones.
According to 9to5Mac both devices are called iPhone XS, which is probably a classic "brave" decision by Apple. The smaller device has a 5.8-inch screen, the same as the current iPhone X, while the larger device has a 6.5-inch display.
Aside from the increase in size, the physical design does not appear to have changed much from the current iPhone X. It appears to be the same stainless steel design, curved around the sides, and with the same button position. Thanks to the on-screen pictures, you can not technically see a notch, but a camera and earplug is visible, so there's some kind of carving on the screen.
As you can see, both iPhone cases come in gold color for the first time. Although a gold iPhone X was rumored to launch last year, it was never materialized. We assume that gold is just one of a number of color choices ̵
In addition to the leaked iPhone image – which may be the first of many – There are also some details about a new Apple Watch 4 with a revised user interface. Every rumor and leak has also suggested that Apple will launch a third iPhone this year, a 6.1 inch model with an LCD display and a lower price. There is no clue about this in this leak, which indicates that Apple may give less attention at the launch event.