Apple to reveal new iPhones and Apple Watch


The iPhone X hasn't been a runaway hit among Apple fans, who aren't upgrading as often as they used to. "First is the update to the iPhone line up and we are expecting three new phones", Abbas Ali, managing editor of TechRadar Middle East, told The National. Apple has been routinely posting record quarters, including $53.3 billion in revenuein the most recent quarter.

The sequel to the last year's iPhone X is likely to be the iPhone XS with a 5.8-inch OLED screen and its price could be $899. The rumoured iPhone XS and XS Max are said to be the headline devices ready for unveiling, however leaks have beat Apple to the punch, giving us our closest look to date.

This time Apple is also providing a third option as it will live stream the whole thing on Twitter. Samsung remained in the lead.

In terms of shipments, Huawei recently knocked off Apple as the number two smartphone maker.

Apple chief executive Tim Cook has touted fitness and health features of the company´s smartwatch, which dominates that market.

Now, with just hours to go, pictures have emerged on Chinese social media of a seemingly finished iPhone XS unit.

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A faster chipset, better camera system and bigger battery may be among some of the biggest changes.

Both phones will come in silver, space gray, and gold.

The file confirms that the names of all three new Apple iPhones - the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. It will also use aluminum instead of stainless steel edges, and come in several additional colors. According to's Smartphone Upgrade Report 2018, about 8.6 million Australian adults have an iPhone and almost half of them will be keenly watching tomorrow's event to see what Apple has in store.

Succeeding MacBook Air, it will be a lower-cost laptop with a 13-inch display. The previous Apple Watch was available in 38 mm and 42 mm sizes. That would make it one of the largest mass-market phones ever sold and about an inch larger than the screen on the iPhone 8 Plus. Apple X, which was launched in September 2017, starts at Dh4,304. The cheaper phone also is expected to lose the home button.

APPLE is expected to unveil its biggest and most expensive iPhone early tomorrow morning as the tech world eagerly awaits its biggest annual product event.