Confirmed: Apple set September 12 to unveil the new iPhone

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So, if you love all things Apple, it seems September 12 is the date you definitely need to put in your diary.

The site says it expects the new devices to be called the iPhone XS, following the "S" naming convention Apple has previously used during years it upgrades the internal specs of the phones without giving the devices any major makeovers.

It is expected that Apple will use the event to show off new iOS hardware.

In terms of pricing, Apple will possibly continue its $1000 (Rs 71,000 approximately) mark for the 6.5-inch iPhone XS.

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Apple has sent out its invitation to its traditional September launch event, which will once again be held at the Steve Jobs Theater in its sprawling Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California. More to follow as the September 12th event will answer these questions. All three iPhones will follow the same design language as the iPhone X, which is an edge-to-edge display with a notch cut out on top, Bloomberg reported. The source's information suggests that a new gold colour will be available for this (5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED ) iPhone XS design.

As a result of this, we even were treated with official marketing renders of Apple's new product lineup.

The new Apple Watch Series 4, according to a leak from Apple blog 9to5Mac.

On the day of the event, three iPhone models are going to be launched.

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Besides the bigger screen, the new Apple Watch is expected to feature a bigger battery, micro-LED display, and 1GB of RAM.

Google, like always, is expected to launch their next-gen Pixel smartphones in the month of October. The companys adjusted for those changes by charging more for each phone - $1,000 for the iPhone X, for example - but is also looking to build up other product lines and its push into services such as entertainment. That division, which also includes AirPods, the Apple TV, HomePod, Beats headphones, and iPad accessories, generated a $3.7 billion in revenue last quarter.

The Apple Watch Series 4 was also leaked, and boy does it look fine.

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