And it certainly looks like a believable Apple image, thanks to the familiar angle of the shot and the stylised image on the screen. Reports so far suggest that three new iPhones could be showcased - two of which are rumoured to use the iPhone XS moniker - as well as a new iPad Pro and a 4th generation Apple Watch. Moreover, the OLED iPhone will reportedly be available in gold for the first time. news of colorful iPhone designs in red, grey and more back in July remains unconfirmed. "While we haven't seen a new digital face yet, it's likely that Apple has designed more new watch faces to take advantage of the larger display". Apple could also finally include dual-SIM functionality on its iPhones. That rose gold circle could also allude to the other alleged big protagonist of the event: The Apple Watch Series 4 and its circular crown.
Apple's new iPhone has leaked, according to a report by 9to5Mac.
There have also been whispers about the possibility of a new iPhone that will be the cheapest of the lot.
The world's most valuable company plans to launch three new phones in September that keep the edge-to-edge screen design of last year's flagship, according to people familiar with the matter. The 5.8-inch model will be an upgrade to the present iPhone X, while the bigger 6.5-inch model will be a "Plus" version of the same. Apparently, these two models are called the iPhone XS.
Apple typically starts selling new iPhones a few weeks after launching them, in time for the holiday shopping season. In 2013, Apple launched the iPhone 5c, which was essentially an iPhone 5 in plastic casing. The iPhone X was launched for $1000, but the successor to it, aka the iPhone XS, is expected to come with a price of around $800, which is nearly $200 less.
Official renders of the next iPhone - due to be unveiled on September 12 - have been leaked online. The company could also reveal other products such as an updated iPad Pro and the next version of its AirPods. Some features will remain the same as Face ID integration and gesture-based controls.