Apple typically announces new iPhone hardware in the fall, and it appears that fact will be as constant as the seasons themselves.
Invites have just been sent out to the world's media with the major keynote event taking place on Wednesday, September 12. Apple is also expected to launch a third iPhone model that could have the same facial recognition sensor but a price closer to $700 than $1000.
Not anymore, according to a new report from 9to5Mac.
Will there be a larger iPhone X?
Previously, Apple's events were restricted to the company's own website. Notably, all new iPhone models are expected to have edge-to-edge displays, gesture controls, and FaceID. While the older iPhone X had a large screen than the Pluses of years past, in practice, Apple did not support those layouts om the smaller handset, likely due to its width. No news, however, on whether Apple will finally offer an always-on display option. The most significant change coming with the Apple Watch Series 4 is rumoured to be a larger, "edge-to-edge display". New iPads in 11- and 12.9-inch sizes may also be on the docket for reveal, and both may forgo the home button for gesture controls and FaceID. However, while we often come across leaked development shots or schematics of Apple's products, it is a rare thing to see official press renders of its devices before the official launch.
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