The new 6.1-inch iPhone could come in red and blue colors

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We will wait and see before we jump on any comments.

What we can take from this latest leak is that Apple is not only going to downgrade on the display technology, but it will also remove the dual-camera setup that iPhone X is renowned for. But a new report says otherwise. EverythingApplePro is responsible for sharing this piece of information.

What we'll see that day is anyone's guess but will likely be a few new iPhones and possibly a 4th-generation Apple Watch and an updated iPad Pro - if you believe the hype. As the launch date is approaching the web is flooded with rumors and leaks surrounding the new iPhones. Now, a new report from Macerkpof cites sources who claim they know the official pricing of the three new iPhones. Recent versions of Chrome and Firefox may also work. The iPhone 4s followed the iPhone 4, the iPhone 5s followed the iPhone 5, and so on. In order to make the budget model, Apple had to downgrade it a bit. The 7-nanometer A12 processors used by Apple began to be mass produced by TSMC back in May.

People are already making fun of the name, calling it "iPhone Extra Small" and "iPhone Excess". It also mentioned that the larger OLED phone (known as the "iPhone XS Plus") will price "at a premium to the current iPhone X".

It is officially confirmed that Apple will be hosting its biggest hardware event on Wednesday, September 12, according to OSXDaily.

What we do know is that these next three models will come with the ability to be wirelessly charged.

That, they suggest, means Apple will either need to lower prices for large-screen phones-hurting ASPs-or risk losing customers to companies that do.

Lastly, the base model iPhone 9, in comparison to the other two, is said to be a budget device in comparison.

Apple iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max will comes with OLED displays, dual-rear cameras with support for Portrait mode, 2X zoom, and dual-OIS on both sensors.

Apple may also release a new version of the Apple Watch with a larger display by reducing the edges around it. Reports in the past said that Apple would not exceed the $1,000 mark for all the iPhones and that the cheapest iPhone, which would be the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone would cost between $600 to $700.

The earlier leaked hinted the 2018 iPhones to be called as iPhone XS (iPhone 10s) and iPhone XS Plus (iPhone 10s Plus).