Apple’s annual iPhone launch event takes place on September 12. The invitation CNET received doesn’t specify what products will be announced or when said products would ship.
The tech titan released an invitation to members of the press Thursday morning inviting them to “Gather Round” the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, Calif. on September 12.
The mouth-watering video comes courtesy of commercial tech industry designer Muhsin M. Belaal Auckburaully, who specialises in producing high-quality concepts of much-wanted new devices which, while unofficial, often look truly fantastic and show what ideally tech enthusiasts would like to see.
There will be a 5.8-inch version, and for the first time, a 6.5-inch model that share the same overall design as the iPhone X. Both the models are likely to be called iPhone XS with one featuring an OLED display. It appears we’ve got our first real confirmation on this, as new image has leaked showing two edge-to-edge OLED iPhones in different sizes. The image also seems to tease the gold colour option. Of course, this generated a lot of controversy and speculation, from “bringing back the home button” to the possibility of a “round Apple watch”, and everything in-between.
Although the leaked photos confirmed some of the rumors that had been circulating online about the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Plus, and Apple Series 4 Watch, there are still many surprises in store at the September 12 event. That question has seldom come up in the entire history of humankind, but apparently it’s been asked in Apple’s headquarters, and the result is that the upcoming Apple Watch 4 will have a bigger display than ever.
The big difference may be the iOS software that’ll allow side-by-side apps in landscape – hence the huge screen size (and iOS update). The lower-end LCD iPhone will also include an iPhone X-inspired design with a thinner bezel than its iPhone 8 predecessor.