And so far, there's a lot of info that's trickled down via rumours and leaks that seem like a lock for September 13, including Apple's plan to introduce three new iPhones, with the new iPhone Xs serving as the successor to last year's iPhone X. Now you might be wondering if Apple is going with in-display fingerprint scanners. This version of the MacBook would potentially feature Touch ID and no other major (read: pricy) features - that means no fancy Touch Bar.
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The iPhone 8 and iPhone X left many disappointed, with consumer lamenting the loss of a headphone jack, the home screen button and a huge price increase which saw the latter's first-generation model being sold for a hefty price tag of £769 ($999).
THE NEXT-GEN iPad Pro could be the first iDevice to use a non-proprietary Apple connection. The rumors indicate there will be at least two versions: the iPhone XS, which will be 6.1 inches and will be the more affordable model, and the iPhone XS Max, which will be a whopping 6.5 inches (the biggest iPhone yet).
We're expecting to see a trio of updated versions of the iPhone X - including a larger model - alongside a cheaper version of the device complete with an all-screen front panel and Face ID technology. Sales of new iPhones and upgrade cycles have remained somewhat flat.More news: Death toll in Hokkaido quake hits 16, power supply returning：The Asahi Shimbun
Apple may also show off new AirPods, the wireless headphones stored in essentially a self-charging dental floss box. They'll come in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes, and could give Apple a boost in the slowing tablet market. We'll likely see a new hardware design, but it won't be too different, according to photos obtained by 9to5Mac.
There's also word from Kuo that there'll quite possibly be a "low-price MacBook" that would replace the 12-inch MacBook in Apple Stores.
Any new iPad Pro is expected to reflect the change in design language introduced with the iPhone X past year, dumping the long-standing home button and Touch ID for gestures and Face ID. This time around it will focus on graphic designers and other professional users, who have been asking for new Macs that meet their more-demanding needs.
Either way, we don't have to wait much to know more about these new iPhones as we are just two days away from the launch event where Apple will reveal everything there is to know about these new iPhones.