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Leaked images of iPhone Xs and Apple Watch Series 4 surface


iphone XS
Behold, the iPhone Xs.
Photo: 9to5Mac

Apple fans won’t have to wait until the company’s event on September 12 to see the new goodies Apple plans to unleash on the world this year.

Images of the new iPhone Xs and the Apple Watch 4 have leaked online today, revealing the major design changes Apple has in store.

Check them out:

Apple Watch Series 4

Apple Watch Series 4
Apple Watch Series 4 in all its glory.
Photo: 9to5Mac

As seen in the image above unearthed by 9to5Mac, the Apple Watch Series 4 will pack a bigger display and smaller bezels. There’s also a small hole underneath the Digital Crown which is probably for a microphone. Hopefully, it still packs the same waterproof rating as the Apple Watch Series 3.

The Digital Crown has also been tweaked with a round inner outline instead of a full red dot. Most of the other design elements look the same. The Apple Watch Series 4 will come in a gold color option and use the same bands as the previous three versions.

iPhone Xs

iPhone Xs
iPhone Xs will come in two sizes.
Photo: 9to5Mac

9to5Mac was able to grab images of both new products from Apple’s website today. True to the rumors, it looks like a gold version of the new iPhone will be coming out this fall along with a larger screen size version.

Other new features are expected to include improved cameras, an A12 processor, more RAM and other beefed up internal specs. Apple is also supposedly going to announce a 6.1-inch iPhone that will be cheaper than the two iPhone Xs models.

The official unveiling of the iPhone Xs and Apple Watch Series 4 will take place at the Steve Jobs Theater on September 12. As usual, Cult of Mac will be here live blogging all the action, so come back for an in depth look at the new goodies.


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