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Apple announced exciting new features for its Apple TV set-top box.

Now the first of the proper leaks of what people can expect from the announcement are beginning to arrive. The hardware maker is expected to introduce a ton of new hardware on Wednesday, ranging from new iPhones to Apple Watch smartwatches.

The star of the show may be a larger version of last year's iPhone X, which Bloomberg has reported could be called the iPhone Xs Max.

The iPhone XS and XS Max were both leaked earlier this month courtesy of 9to5Mac while images of what appears to be the back of the XC were shown on Twitter by Ben Geskin. It is also believed that the upcoming dual SIM iPhones might come in two variants and will be the cheapest iPhones at the unveiling event. One of these iPhones is going to be similar to the iPhone X, which was launched a year ago and is available right now. An iPhone XS Plus will likely cost even more. Additionally, the 6.1-inch model won't sport the dual-camera setup found on the new iPhone devices. It will also use aluminium instead of stainless steel edges and come in several additional colorus.

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There's no suggestion the 2018 iPhone models will give up the Lightning port.

With all these evidence, it is clear that Apple will have a dual SIM phone this year. This will only be possible on Wednesday when Apple will present the new products at the Steve Jobs Theater on their own campus. Will it keep its signature boxy look or will it take on a round classic watch design approach, similar to the Samsung Galaxy Watch? As soon as Apple announces the new models, the price you can get for the old models will drop by at least 20%, possibly more.

Kuo's research focuses on Asian technology companies that sell parts and manufacturing services to Apple and other big American tech companies. Many have asked if Apple will unveil dual SIM iPhones at its September 12 event.

IPhone prices could rise as much as 20 percent if Apple gives in to pressure from President Trump to start assembling its smartphones here in the US, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. However, the product has buoyed revenue from Apple's "Other Products" segment, which also includes the Apple TV, HomePod, and AirPods. So Apple's phone events are more relevant than ever before to Windows users. For the first time, it will be broadcast live on Apple's Twitter page (see below for instructions on how to watch). It comes in gold, Apple insiders say.

Next up is the new low-price MacBook.

This news seems to meet the already known iPhone.