Although Apple's cryptic email doesn't reveal much, the United States technology firm is expected to unveil three new iPhones at its event next week. Apple usually streams its event live online but if you are unable to tune in, we'll have coverage of the day's events right here on TechSpot.
Apple has sent out its invitation to its traditional September launch event, which will once again be held at the Steve Jobs Theater in its sprawling Apple Park campus.
To recall, the leading tech company opened the Apple Park campus previous year and unveiled its premium iPhone X handset as part of the tenth-anniversary celebration. The highest end iPhone will have a 6.5-inch display and come as one of the largest smartphones on the market.it will retain Apple's iPhone X glass-backed design as well as its dual camera set up.
Out of the blue, an image of the upcoming 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch iPhone models has been leaked prior to the announcement that is scheduled to place on September 12.
Last quarter, the iPhone generated nearly $30 billion in sales.
Apple has reportedly suffered a major leak that may have revealed key details about its 2018 iPhone and Apple Watch devices. Apple shares rose 1.5% to $226.37 on Thursday afternoon in NY. Analysts also expect Apple to release an iPhone with a edge-to-edge display similar to the iPhone X but using less-costly LCD screen technology.
The Series 4 model will allegedly boast slimmer bezels and feature an edge-to-edge display, along with featuring a new watch face that will depict more information than current models. The iPhone X, priced at $999 and up, has helped Apple beat Wall Street sales expectations. That division, which also includes AirPods, the Apple TV, HomePod, Beats headphones, and iPad accessories, generated a $3.7 billion in revenue last quarter. There are also reports Apple might be considering an "S" cycle this year.