Apple Accidentally Leaks Photos of New Watch With Larger Displays

Apple Accidentally Leaks Photos of New Watch With Larger Displays

Apple Accidentally Leaks Photos of New Watch With Larger Displays

Apple's big iPhone reveal event will be held in the new Steve Jobs Theatre at the company's headquarters in Cupertino. In another article, Gizmodo outlines what it "thinks" it knows about the new iPhone: expect three new models ranging in screen size from 5.8 inches to 6.5 inches. "Apple leaked its own gold version of the iPhone X through the FCC, but it has not been available to purchase".

Documents filed at the US Federal Communications Commission uncovered earlier this year showed Apple had sought approval of a gold iPhone X but had never released the version.

At the September 12 event, Apple alongside the three iPhones is also expected to unveil the new Apple Watch Series 4.

While MicroLED displays offer a number of compelling advantages, including improved contrast ratio and much better power efficiency, we're likely a good 3-5 years away from the technology actually being used on the iPhone.

According to the leaks, Apple has also added a new watch face which is capable of displaying more information on the watch than the previous ones.

The Apple iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4 will be unveiled during a special event at Apple's spaceship campus on September 12. The biggest change is the all-new edge-to-edge display. In addition, upgraded AirPods with "Hey Siri" support, the AirPower charging mat, and new Apple Watch bands to go along with the Apple Watch Series 4 may also make an appearance.

Within hours of the launch being announced, website 9to5Mac published photos of two new iPhones and a new Apple Watch. This device also might come in a wide pop of colours.

A larger 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus.

Rumours have been swirling around forthcoming iPhone models for months, but Apple fans will not have to wait long for the tech giant to confirm what it has in store.

The screens are far more hard to produce than OLED displays, and the company nearly killed the project a year or so ago, the people say.

This is the same trick we've seen from recent smartphones, including the iPhone X.

The new iPad Pros will come in sizes around 11-inches and 12.9-inches and include slimmer bezels.

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