In addition to the three new devices, it's also expected that Apple will confirm a release date for its new operating system for iPhone and iPad. Apple will also do away with the home button and the integrated fingerprint reader in favor of Apple's Face ID.
All the new iPhones will most likely have a glass back with support for wireless charging. We saw this a year ago when almost every detail/feature concerning the 2017 iPhone X were spoiled by a HomePod firmware leak. However, while we often come across leaked development shots or schematics of Apple's products, it is a rare thing to see official press renders of its devices before the official launch. On Thursday night, Apple sent out a media invite for the iPhone 2018 launch on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theatre.
A few hours after Apple's announcement, 9to5Mac, a technology news website, posted photographs of two gold iPhone models stacked on top of each other, with a larger-screened model on the bottom. And the gold colour would certainly match the shade used in Apple's invitation to the event (above). Looking at Apple's past this could be "C" suffixed.
The device will be called the iPhone XS and will come in two different sizes: 5.8-inches and 6.5-inches.
What's most eye-catching, however, is that there is a new watch face that packs an incredible amount of information on-screen - in fact, it seems nearly like information overload at first glance. While the shape of this Apple Watch looks similar to the current model, it looks like Apple has slimmed the bezels to give the watch a larger display.
The new Apple Watch Series 4, according to a leak from Apple blog 9to5Mac. Although Apple continues to lead the smartwatch industry, a massive 9 out of 10 Apple Watches sold are the older Apple Watch Series 1. September 12th can't get here soon enough, and it's because of the Apple Watch Series 4, not the iPhone XS.