Apple Set To Unleash 'Max' On The World On Tuesday

Apple Set To Unleash 'Max' On The World On Tuesday

Now the latest report coming from 9to5Mac says that the flagship phone from Apple will be called iPhone XS Max (and not the iPhone XS Plus, as we previously believed), citing sources familiar with American company's marketing plans.

Naturally there is a lot more hype and buzz surrounding the XS but there is an advice for anyone looking to get a new the iPhone 9. We will keep updating you with new leaks and updates about the event if you have something interesting to share with us you can drop that in comments.

As far as other upgrades are considered, we would surely see Apple's A12 chip in the two high-end models while the LCD screen bearing models could have the A11 Bionic chip.

The three smaller differences in your iPhone XS vs iPhone XS Max decision making come down to the extra screen space, the bigger battery capacity (we assume this) and, in some countries, dual-SIM card support. Interestingly, Apple's event invite also features the same gold colour, thereby confirming that the iPhone will feature the new gold and black blend. The "plus" models a bigger screen with a better camera and a multitude of more features in comparison to the lower models. This is a "living" article that will be updated and refreshed as new, relevant information becomes public.

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Finally the price gap between the iPhone 9 and the XSs is quite significant.

It has been rumoured the hardware will feature a single camera sensor on its rear and come with an LCD panel instead of an OLED. The reports and continuous leaks show that Apple could launch Apple Watch series 4 this year.

There are rumors, as of now, related to the price of the upcoming iPad but Apple will continue with the trend of pricing iPad in the bracket between $650 to $700 for Pro models. Analysts also expect Apple to release an iPhone with a edge-to-edge display similar to the iPhone X but using less-costly LCD screen technology. The particular device recently leaked in some images, showing an iPhone 5C-like approach by Apple. When the iPhone X launched last year, it was available in only two options, including black and white, which was surprising considering that Apple kept adding new color options to the iPhone line in previous years.

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