According to reports from Bloomberg and 9to5Mac, which claims to have obtained leaked photos of new devices, Apple's updated model will be called the iPhone XS. According to Geskin, the images are only of "dummy models", not actual handsets, but his information lines up with much of what we've already heard about the phone. It's still the company's most-important product, generating about two-thirds of revenue and spurring purchases of other Apple devices, along with services like app subscriptions, movie downloads, and iCloud storage.
Two of them - the smallest and biggest - will have OLED screens; OLED screens have been in smartphones for some years now, though Apple only made a decision to use it for the first time last year on the iPhone X.
Last year, Apple put the iPhone X on sale in early November, nearly two months after it was unveiled. There are contradictory reports of the device being referred to as the iPhone Xs Max or the iPhone xs Plus. While the "c" harkens back to the short-lived iPhone c, the basic iPhone 5-sized phones Apple offered in a variety of colors as a cheaper alternative to its flagships. Either way, Apple surely won't be happy. It's worth noting that there not being any credible leaks confirming that name. That would make it one of the largest mass-market phones ever sold and about an inch larger than the screen on the iPhone 8 Plus.
Legionnaires' cases reported at NYCHA complex
The symptoms are similar to general pneumonia, which includes cough, fever, headaches, muscle ache, and shortness of breath. Two years ago, health departments reported about 6,100 cases of Legionnaires' disease in the United States, the CDC said.
'This stream is best experienced on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch using Safari on iOS 10 or later; a Mac using Safari on macOS Sierra 10.12 or later; or a PC using Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge, ' Apple wrote. Apple may be tempted to delay availability of the LCD version to gauge demand for the more expensive largest new iPhone, Goldman's Hall said.
If you are in desperate need of an iPhone upgrade now is a very good time.
There may be a new iPad that looks a lot more like the iPhone X.
Apple is hosting its annual event on 12th September.
Apple has a dedicated page right here for the event, so bookmark it at your earliest opportunity. We'd expect the stream to work in most browsers on most devices, but if you're having problems try Edge or Safari.