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OMG! iPhone XS And Apple Watch Series 4 Revealed In Accidental Leak

On the same day when the tech giant Apple announced the date for the presentation of the new iPhones, a massive leak allowed the well-known media site 9to5Mac to grab hold of images of the upcoming iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4.


OMG! iPhone XS And Apple Watch Series 4 Revealed In Accidental Leak

We are almost in September and, every year, history repeats itself: As the tech giant Apple launches new iPhones. At this time of the year, the eyes of the whole world are focused on Cupertino company, of course, the tech giant Apple simply for the extraordinary news. Hence, this year will be no different.
Come and let’s find out what the tech giant Apple should be preparing for its great annual launch event.

Where will the event take place?

The tech giant Apple’s latest event was a debut for several reasons. It was the first the tech giant Apple event to be held in the new home, Apple Park, for the first time we saw the design that should accompany the iPhone in the coming years and was also the first event to premiere the Steve Jobs Theater.
This auditorium is named after Apple co-founder Steve Jobs because of the enormous contribution made to the company. In addition, Steve Jobs loved the launch day of new products.
In recent years, the tech giant Apple has launched new iPhones in various auditoriums and this year in March, it was in Chicago that it held its Education-oriented event. But, we must assume that this year we will return to the auditorium with the name of Steve Jobs for the revelation of another iPhone.
On the same day when the tech giant Apple announced the date for the presentation of the new iPhones, images appeared simply reveal that the brand, of course, the tech giant could present the new iPhone XS.
In addition to the iPhone XS, there are also already images of the new Apple Watch Series 4.

Is this the new iPhone XS?

The 9to5Mac website recently unveiled exclusive images that indicate that the Cupertino company, of course, the tech giant Apple will simply release the iPhone XS. Rumors indicate that the tech giant Apple may feature three iPhone models (iPhone XS, iPhone 9 and iPhone XS Plus), two of which will have the designation of iPhone XS and will be available in various colors.
According to the site, the versions with OLED screens will have a 5.8-inch screen (iPhone XS) and 6.5-inch screen (iPhone XS Plus) and the iPhone XS will be the successors of the iPhone X. As these models will also be available in gold color and the images were actually published by the tech giant Apple itself via FCC.

New Apple Watch Series 4

As the rumors indicate, on September 12, the new Apple Watch Series 4 will also present a new version of Apple Watch. The new Apple Watch Series 4 will follow the design of previous models but the screen will occupy the entire front of the device. It is possible that more information can be displayed with a larger screen dimension.

For now only these two images have been obtained, which seem to have been “hunted” by Guilherme Rambo. However, our network will keep its eyes on all the rumors, leaks and new features that come out of the tech giant Apple’s launch event, so, stay tuned to our network.
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