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.
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.
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.
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.
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.