Three new iPhonesDuring its debut with iPhone 5, Apple declared to bring in a set of 3 new iPhones in September since 2012. In 2014, the two latest devices i.e., the "Plus" 5.5-inch version and "standard" 4.7-inch size paired with superb camera sensors were introduced by Apple. The company outshined the very last year by offering 3 latest models i.e., iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, and the drastically redesigned iPhone X. In the current year, Apple is widely anticipated to reiterate its trio set with completely latest devices all following X design model. Here’s what is expected: 1. The sequel: As per the recent sources, the new smartphones are expected to come with comparatively better performance and features with its previous models. For instance, a long-lasting battery capacity along with the better dual camera set up whilst keeping the same 5.8-inch display notch are some of the features the users could avail. 2. The big one: Rumors suggests that Apple is designing a superior, 6.5-inch version of its iPhone X i.e., the iPhone X Plus or iPhone XS. It might come with 3 rear cameras and a price tag of about or even more than $1,100. 3. The less expensive ones: One of the least expensive models of the trio is reported with 6.1-inch LCD display with just one camera set up at the rear end. As per the reports, both the larger devices are said to support dual SIM cards, however, this 6.1-inch model won't be available in the market till October.
Plus to be a 4th category of the latest iPhoneFrom the debut of iPhone SE in 2016, the device is perhaps the most reasonable and cheapest alternative in the entire Apple's smartphones lineup. Though Apple has given a fair refresh to this model in 2017, a foremost update is indeed due. As per the reports, Apple would announce a minor revolution in the current year, providing the iPhone SE 2 with the similar A10 processor utilized in iPhone 7 of 2016. Whether the revived SE would retain its 4-inch display notch at the price of $350? It's going to be confirmed at the event only.
Apple Watch 4With Samsung and Google actively participating in the smartwatch competition, Apple is coming up with a spectacular new Watch announcement on September 12. With the larger display and click-free buttons to be the major probabilities, Apple would debut WatchOS 5. These new handset features watch walkie-talkie mode, potential to play music from a third-party application, fitness enhancements, and much more.
New iPad ProDuring the debut of Apples' iPad in March, the company covered the gap between its very expensive Pro siblings and the entry-level tablet by adding the features of a faster processor and a pencil support to the same. Now, as per the recent rumors, Apple is going to validate its pro's premium rates with featuring an amazing redesign inspired by none other than iPhone X i.e., introducing Face ID, diminishing the home button, and reducing the bezels. The specs bump are also predicted to be the part of its updates.
New Macs and MacBooksSo as we’ve just seen the MacBook Pro of 13-inch and 15-inch in the month of July, however, it has been a long time since Apple's users blame the company for avoiding its computer cast - mainly the MacBook Air that has remained unmodified for a long period. But, finally, the new MacBook Air comprising a Retina Display would ultimately get additional features. Apart from this, the latest Mac-Mini targeting pro users, the recent model of which hasn't seen any updates since 2014 is finally going to be launched.
iOS 12The awaited operating system of iPhone is rumored to be introduced in the 12th September event. As its amazing features are already revealed, the iOS 12 is all set to hit the market. The improved Siri shortcuts, top-most Memojis and Animojis, FaceTime with the ability of 32 people joining the chat, the Do not disturb mode, and a lot of new aspects could be observed in this latest Apple’s OS. So are you excited for the launch of super class models? Apple is finally going to provide the brilliant stuff to its users.
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