All eyes are now set on iPhone as it is set to release its newest set of phones in less than 10 days.
“Current sentiment on the rumor mill suggests that we’ve got three new iPhones incoming. The trio will consolidate the lineup after its biggest shakeup in recent years took place in 2017 with the iPhone X,” tech blog WCCFtech.com said.
Earlier this year, a leak went viral on what is allegedly a gold variant of the iPhone’s new set of phones. The tech giant reportedly did not launch it as the “iPhone X came at a time when the industry and users were clamoring (and rightly so) for a change of design on the iPhone, that had remained mostly similar since Apple’s iPhone 6 launch three years prior to 2017.”
Apple has already sent media invites to what would be assumed as the launch of its newest flagship phones.
Tech blog 9to5Mac has already released a 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED iPhones. Each will be offered in gold for the first time, said the tech blog.
“We believe that the new 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch iPhones will both be called iPhone XS. We also believe iPhone XS will come in a new gold color option not previously offered on the new design. Apple leaked its own gold version of the iPhone X through the FCC, but it has not been available to purchase,” Tech blog 9to5Mac said.
The Evening Standard reported that this year, iPhones will finally be saying goodbye to TouchID and will instead focus on its FaceID recognition technology.
“If you haven’t yet tried out a phone without a home button, it’s hard to get used to at first yet once you do, the home button seems weirdly out of date,” the report read.
Apart from the iPhone, Apple is also set to launch its newest watch, which is reportedly 15 percent bigger displays.
“In addition to taking the display edge-to-edge, we’re also looking at a brand new watch face capable of showing way more information than the current faces offered,” 9to5Mac said in a separate post.