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iPhone XS leak confirms design, name, larger device, and gold color

iPhone XS leak confirms design, name, larger device, and gold color
With just under two weeks to go before Apple’s annual hardware event on September 12, the company’s next-generation premium devices, the iPhone XS and XS Plus, have both leaked out thanks to information and an image obtained by 9To5Mac.

Starting off with the image, the render in question appears to be one that will be used on the brand’s official website, or perhaps even during the official keynote. However, it’s fair to say that it doesn’t provide the clearest glimpse at the designs due to the artificial lighting conditions. Despite this, though, it is sufficient to confirm that the bezel-less look that debuted on last year's iPhone X will be making a return. Moreover, as revealed by the stainless-steel frame, it seems as though Apple will be introducing a new gold color with this year’s lineup which will presumably resemble the one that leaked earlier this year via the FCC.

In regards to other details, it’s claimed that most are yet to be verified. However, it can be confirmed with “certainty” that Apple’s next two premium offerings will utilize the iPhone XS name, with the larger model presumably including the Plus branding also. Moreover, the screen sizes are once again listed as 5.8-inches and 6.5-inches respectively.

Alongside the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus, Apple is also expected to unveil a cheaper LCD model which will adopt a similar bezel-less design and should utilize the “iPhone” moniker. Additionally, a new Apple Watch Series 4 and updated iPad Pros are expected to make an appearance at the event.

source: 9To5Mac

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