Three New iPhones
If Apple was careful not to release just a new phone in 2017, it wiped it up to the wind this year. According to analyst reports and leaks, the company will make iPhone X's design common by introducing three models that replace both X and 8, relegating traditional iPhone design to the low end.
The top of the line will sit around two models. One would be a direct development of iPhone X (possibly called iPhone XS) with a 5.8-inch OLED display, depth-sensitive front camera, two rear cameras and other known features. The other, however, would be a brand new "iPhone X Plus" with a giant 6.5-inch OLED panel. It would tout the same core features as its smaller counterpart, but the larger screen (and probably larger battery) would dominate power consumers and video enthusiasts. You have reportedly the ability to run programs side by side in landscape mode as you can on iPhone 8 Plus.
Otherwise, these should be iterative upgrades more focused on refining the iPhone Xs formula. You can expect a speed boost through an A1
Other changes are less than sure. We will take rumors about Apple PC support and faster wireless charging with a large salt grain. However, the iOS 12 code has suggested the possibility of an iPhone with two SIM cards, whether it's two physical cards or an eSIM that complements the standard one-board access. This can be huge for countries where dual SIM phones are common, such as China and India.
The star of the show, however, can be a cheap 6.1-inch iPhone that will lend the chopped screen, sensing camera and A12 chip of high-end models while scaling off other features. An LCD instead of an OLED display would be the most obvious license, but it could also carry a single rear camera, 3GB RAM and aluminum trim instead of stainless steel. It can also fall pressure-sensitive 3D Touch and wireless charging, although you may get a color of color choices like blue, red and orange. Think of it as the year's iPhone 8 – that's what you get when you insist on high-end performance, but can not quite belly premium prices on the OLED line.
Price and availability are a big unknown for the new iPhone setup. The 6.1-inch LCD iPhone will surely play in the price of the iPhone 6 and 7 Plus. But will Apple cut the price of 5.8-inch OLED iPhone to accommodate the 6.5-inch variant, or just add more to the giant model? And you may have to wait a while to get the phone to your dreams. Current rumors have been shipped by Apple to OLED phones later in September (probably 21nd if history is some indicator), but the LCD model may be pushed back due to a late start of production.
Apple Watch Series 4
If there is another almost sure hardware announcement on the event, it is a next generation Apple Watch. Series 4 (we assume it's the name for convenience) is ready to be more than just a simple refresh. It can not be a complete new package, but it may appeal to early Watch buyers who have been waiting for a better than usual reason to upgrade.
The most eye-catching change would stare your face: a bigger screen. Recent 9to5Mac leaks, supported by claims from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, have Series 4 Sporting a about 15 percent larger screen. This may not be a major case (Apple may use smaller fittings), although Kuo has claimed that Apple can increase its sizes from today's 38mm and 42mm to 40mm and 45mm respectively. A larger battery is a clear possibility regardless of the size of the case. You can not get the four plus days of life that you do from Samsung Galaxy Watch, but you can not encrypt a charger at the end of the night.
You can also feel some differences. Fast Company sources have said that future Apple Watch models would drop conventional buttons (both for the crown and sidebar) in favor of solid state components such as the home button on iPhone 7 and 8 would use haptically Feedback to indicate pressure instead of physical movement. The lack of moving parts would eliminate some of the tactile feel and may be finicky (just ask HTC U12 + owners). However, it can accommodate larger batteries, improve reliability, and even enable touch-sensitive heart rate sensors.
Other improvements are not quite clear. It is reasonable to assume that Apple will include a more powerful S-series processor and Bluetooth 5 support will be a logical fit now that newer iPhones and Macs support it. We would not rule out faster LTE data or more than 16GB of storage, but do not count on ECG monitoring or other important changes in health impact. Only experiments may not work for a while, if at all.
You may also need to handle a narrower range of Watch models. Consomac noticed a European filing that only listed six Series 4 variants instead of series 3 to eight. This suggests that Apple can cut at least one of its existing lineup options to focus on the most popular models.
A new iPad Pro?
We are going to be blunt: while a new iPad Pro appears to be in the cards, there is a chance that it will not be coming up in the September event. There may be a follow-up presentation later this fall along with new Macs.
If it's a debut, the Kuo and IOS 12 beta code has suggested a close-up tablet that would use the same depth -Sensing camera tech as iPhone X, just without hacking. While 10.5 and 12.9-inch screen sizes may not change much, you can see more compact devices that are a little easier to handle. Just do not expect to see an OLED screen. It's hard to make big panels for prices and amounts Apple wants.
There is not much familiar with other potential changes. It's reasonable to expect Apple to use a faster variant of what processor is in the new iPhones (A12X, maybe?), And it's quite possible that you want to see more storage or a new back camera. Mac Otakara claims that Apple may release the headphone jack as it did with iPhones, but it's not likely given the iPad's spacious chassis.
AirPower and AirPods
] You can stand a better chance to see what Apple promised on its last iPhone event. After several months of tackling technical challenges, the company could finally release its promised AirPower Wireless Charger Matte and AirPod Wireless Later Show in September. We do not expect any significant changes in functionality.
Do not expect big upgrades to AirPods yourself, though. While it's about an updated model that might start this year with an enhanced wireless chip and handsfree Hey Siri, major improvements like water resistance and noise cancellation are not ready to arrive until 2019. If you're happy with the original ear plugs, it'll probably Do not be a convincing reason to graduate this year.
Wildcards: New Macs, a Next Generation iPhone SE and beyond
More than a few Mac fans are struggling to get updates on your computer and you can not blame them. Most of the show is over a year, and a few models (especially MacBook Air and Mac mini) have been largely unchanged for many years. But are they in line for an update in September? Not likely.
There are reports that Apple plans to release a Retina Display-equipped MacBook Air equivalent and a pro-oriented Mac mini this fall. Bloomberg The leak did not say that they should appear in September, though. Although we certainly would not discount this opportunity, Apple is more likely to wait to uncover both new systems in an October event with iPad Pro.
There's a chance that Apple can update iPhone SE, but just a slim. It has been whispered by a SE redesign, but they have been sketchy and inconsistent. Some see an iPhone X-style review, while others point to a purely iterative upgrade. And when Ming-Chi Kuo doubts that a new iPhone SE will be ready on time, a 2019 release seems more likely.
We do not expect much else since most other Apple product's rumors target 2019 or later. Not that there is a lot of room to complain about. Apple already has a lot on its plate – it's just a matter of the technology giant to accommodate something more.