The new iPhones are expected to launch there.
A recent report from TrendForce suggested that the LCD iPhone could be hitting the shelves at a starting price of $699, which the higher range reaching up to $749. Apple will keep the same design language as the original iPhone X(2017) but will incorporate incremental upgrades in terms of internal hardware particularly in terms of processor, battery and camera. Thanks to a variety of leaks from reliable sources, we have a fair idea of what Apple will unveil on the big day.
But no matter what Apple ends up naming the new iPhones, it's very likely that the cheapest model will turn out to be a hit with customers. The first flagship device is said to be a second-generation version of its iPhone X, one of the best-selling phones of 2018. According to the report, the iPhone XS will cost 909 euros ( roughly INR 75,936), the iPhone XS Max will cost 1149 euros (roughly INR 95,985), and the low-priced LCD model will cost 799 euros (roughly INR 66,770). We've seen what all three phone look like, we know that the design of the iPhone X will be carried over, and we even know that the 5.8-inch OLED model will be called the iPhone XS.
There could be more products unveiled at the new venue, and we'll be among the first ones to report on that if there's any new information. The bigger one will instead be named iPhone X Plus. This has been accounted for by a report, which professes to have gotten the data from Apple insiders. Bloomberg had earlier reported that Apple may drop "Plus" for this year's larger iPhone version. The A12 will offer better performance and energy efficiency than its predecessor.
YouTuber ConceptsiPhone is among them, releasing a concept video based on the leaked iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus. The device will sport a tall 6.5-inch OLED display, and come with gold finish on the sides. Let us know in the comments. We'll have to wait and see what Apple goes with next week. This will enable the XS to support an augmented reality platform.
According to investment firm Rosenblatt Securities and some CNET reporting based on similar rumors, the new iPhones that have an OLED screen - that is, the 5.8- and 6.5-inch models - may support an "iPen" device.