Apple expected to launch 2018 iPhones on September 12
In some days from now, Apple is expected to launch a host of new products including the 2018 iPhones, new iPads with Face ID, Apple Watch Series 4 and a new entry-level MacBook among others. In the latest update, reports suggest that Apple could open up pre-orders of its new iPhones on September 14, after officially unveiling them on September 12. Here's more.
About the 2018 iPhone line up
Apple will launch three new iPhones this year - a 5.8-inch iPhone X (successor to 2017's iPhone X), a 6.1-inch iPhone 9 (successor to iPhone 8) and a 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus.
2018 iPhones: Launch, availability and pricing
Reports suggest Apple would announce its 2018 iPhone line-up on September 12, and open up pre-orders for its devices starting September 14. Moreover, the phones are said to go on sale starting September 21. As for their pricing, the iPhone 9 is likely to start at around $699-749, the 2018 iPhone X at around $899-949, and the iPhone X Plus at $999.
What we know about the 6.1-inch iPhone (iPhone 9)?
The iPhone 9 will feature an LCD display with a notch to house the Face ID setup. Earlier, a hands-on video had confirmed that it will have a single rear camera with possibly a larger sensor, a glass back and aluminum frame. Further, a report by TrendForce suggests the phone will get 3GB RAM and will be available in 64GB and 256GB storage variants.
About the 2018 iPhone X and iPhone X Plus
The 2018 iPhone X and iPhone X Plus will feature OLED displays with an improved Face ID setup and may support Apple Pencil. Further, both the phones will sport a dual rear-camera setup, a glass back and stainless steel frame. In terms of internals, both the phones will have 4GB RAM and will be offered in three storage configurations - 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB.