New social media posts have emerged online from both state-owned telecommunication companies are generating some hype for a rumored dual-SIM support for the new 2018 iPhones. The tablets will be ditch Apple's proprietary Lightning port in favor of USB-C, shipping with the new 18W USB-C charger in the box.
Here we'll explain exactly how to tune into the September 2018 iPhone event from wherever you are in the world.
But the iPhone is far from the only product Apple will look to update during what is likely to be a busy event. However, this is just an early leak and not the official announcement, we request you to wait for the final launch Tomorrow.
The event will take place on Wednesday morning at 10am pacific time (7pm South African time) at the Steve Jobs Theatre in California.
Apple will also reportedly unveil a third phone at its event this month: an iPhone sized between the two Xs models, but with a less-expensive LCD screen instead of OLED, and a design that would come in several new colours.
While the LCD model will come with a 6.1-inch display, the OLED models are said to come with 5.8 and 6.5-inch displays. This smartphone will be powered by the company's latest A12 processor. For example, Xiaomi recently launched the Redmi 6A at a starting price of Rs 5,999 and the device has Dual 4G support.
A large chunk of Wednesday's proceedings will nearly surely focus on three expected additions to the iPhone line, Apple's most important and one that accounted for 56% of its $53.3 billion in third-quarter revenue for the three months ending June 30.
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