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In the past such "S" iPhones have typically had improved internal components, but maintained a similar design and feature set to the iPhone model they replaced.

Apple is expected to unveil new smartphones with super-high definition OLED screens, potentially named the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max. On the software end, the watch has always been a tech delight, but it will be more exciting to see what changes Apple makes to the hardware design. Compared to the iPhone XS, which is about $200 more expensive, the cheaper C-model has only one main camera, an LCD display with lower resolution instead of an AMOLED panel and less RAM.

And the third of Apple's rumored 2018 iPhones, the affordable 6.1-inch LCD model?

The new iPhones Apple will announce on Wednesday, September 12 may have dual SIM card support, according to an image posted on China Mobile's Facebook page on September 6t, The Verge says.

It has happened nearly every time Apple has introduced a new design: iPhone 4, iPhone 5, iPhone 6/6 Plus, and iPhone X.

We are not sure what the "r" here stands for, but the iPhone XS Max name is pretty self explanatory.

What can be said with certainty is that the US-based technology giant will announce upgrades for iPhone 2018, iPad Pro 2018, MacBook and Apple Watch. The current and updated iPhone X that is set to be unveiled September 12 boast OLED screens, but if you're looking to save money, but still retain numerous features of the iPhone X, the cheaper version may be something to consider if you're looking for a worthy upgrade.

"The Apple Watch usually gets an update at this time of the year and media reports have highlighted a larger-sized display on the Apple Watch Series 4, which we believe is reasonable", White wrote in the analyst note. All these upcoming Apple devices will be coming in a new variant of Gold.

Pricing wise, the iPhone 9 is expected to start at $799, followed by the iPhone XS at $899 and the XS Max at $999.

At the launch of the iPhone X, Apple CEO Tim Cook described it as "the biggest leap forward since the original iPhone". It's just a name, so why does everyone care so much about what that 6.1-inch iPhone is going to be called? After all, the larger choice of colors is only a rumor so far and with the red version, Apple would probably take the opportunity to offer the model later as part of the "Product RED" initiative.