Apple to hold fall 2018 iPhone reveal event on September 12th

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Invites have just been sent out to the world's media

It tells attendees to "gather round" and lists the date for the event - and that's about it.

Every year Apple introduces two iPhones (with iPhone X as an exception), one of these iPhone is a bit cheaper and has a smaller form-factor as compared to the Plus version.

Apple's upcoming iPhone XS has already leaked out, and now it's time for the next Apple Watch to have its moment in the spotlight. While nothing can be confirmed, for now, we do have a pretty good idea of what Apple has in store for us.

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 in Cupertino, California.

The first looks set to be reboot of last year's iPhone X and will likely feature a faster processor, improved camera and more internal memory with some rumours suggesting as much as 512GB of storage will be available.

It will feature a 6.1-inch edge-to-edge display, but it will be a lower-quality LCD and the phone will be made of aluminum like the iPhone 8 instead of stainless steel like the X. A recent Bloomberg report citing insider sources claimed that there will be three new iPhone models launched, with all of them borrowing from the iPhone X design of full-screen plus notch. The iPhone XS will also come with a new gold color option.

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Nearly two years ago Apple introduced the iPhone SE with flagship internals from iPhone 6S and an identical design inherited from iPhone 5S.

Later on Thursday, website 9to5Mac published photos of two new iPhones and a new Apple Watch.

Apple will also reveal next generation iPad Pro with FaceID and next generation Apple Watch with a slightly larger display.

A second rumored new entry promises the same 5.8-inch size screen as the X, only with more robust specs.

Prices for the new devices are also unclear at this point.

9to5Mac says these are not renders of the new phones, but actual leaked images.

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