Apple recently abandoned its habit of making its event livestreams viewable only on its own Safari browser, so you should be able to load that stream on alternatives like Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. 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). It would be one of the largest mass-market phones on the market, measuring about an inch larger than the screen on Apple's current largest phone, the iPhone 8 Plus. It seems we weren't the only ones that were puzzled as to what names Apple might pick for its next phones.
We already saw leaks of a dual SIM card tray in a new Apple device, but the post from a company's social media account feels like more legitimate confirmation, as spotted byGSMArena.
Two of the iPhone models predicted to debut on Wednesday were expected to have prices higher than the iPhone X, which has been a hot seller.
Apple has delivered a revenue super-cycle, posting record iPhone revenues and average selling price since the iPhone X launch. Yesterday we reported that Apple might be launching a dual-SIM iPhone.
But new iPhones aren't the only product observers will be looking to see.
Apple's market capitalization has passed $1 trillion and the company needs to sustain revenue growth.
Apple's other products category, including HomePod, AirPods, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Beats speakers, headphones and accessories, had sales worth $3.74bn in the third quarter, a jump from $2.74bn a year ago.
The Cupertino-based tech giant is widely anticipated to unveil the 2018 iPhone line-up which will be called the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xs Plus. Others have been nicknaming it the iPhone XC - after the iPhone 5c, Apple's last lower-priced experiment.
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"Finally, we could see new iPad Pros that will come with face recognition ID instead of the home button and fingerprint sensor", said Mr Ali.