Mark September 12 on your calendars: that's the date when the new iPhones will be launched. But while we thought we'd have to wait weeks to see the new Apple Watch, we only had to wait hours. Reports dating back to this spring suggested that Apple may debut an updated-yet-cheaper version of the MacBook Air with slimmer bezels, a better display, and a price tag around or below $999.
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I have some fun memories of winning Wuhan in 2015 so I'm excited that I'll get a chance to go back there. The 1998 Australian Open was the last grand slam where Serena and Venus met as early as the third round.
9to5 Mac also published an image of what it says are two new iPhones, both of which it claims Apple will call the iPhone XS. The image of the Watch shows a new face that displays more information and a bigger display.
Nonetheless, if Apple does do away with the conventional button, millions more users will have to relearn the most basic UX of the iPhone (one that Steve Jobs frequently touted). Expect a dual lens camera out of the larger phones. But the most interesting part is what's on the screen.
Apple's next big thing will make its debut on September 12. It's rumored to come in new colors, too, but which colors those will be remains unknown.
Apple's own use of the feature is usually relegated to simple actions like previewing messages or photos, actions too benign for many to be bothered. While the leak might have been an accident, it gives us our first look at how the upcoming high-end iPhone models are going to look like.