Apple unveils new iPhones today

It's finally here

It's finally

Apple is expected Wednesday to unveil the next version of its popular smartphone and other hardware at an event in California that's already created a lot of buzz and a heap of speculation. The XML file listed cases for the new "iPhone XS" and "iPhone XS Max", confirming the names which had previously been rumored.

A faster processor, better battery life and faster charging are also expected along with one suggestion that this gadget will be refilled via USB-C and not Apple's standard Lightning cable. Rumours from as early as July suggested an iPhone X Plus with a 6.5-inch OLED display and dual-SIM support.

Last year, the company got rid of the home button on the iPhone and introduced facial-recognition technology used to unlock the device.

It's not 100% clear what Apple will announce today, but (apologies to the X-Files) the leaks are out there.

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If the sizes there are accurate - and they probably are given that they seemingly came from Apple's own site - then the Apple Watch 4 could be larger than the Apple Watch 3, which comes in 38mm and 42mm sizes. A new gold colour will be available alongside last year's grey and silver. If you can't make it to the Apple headquarters, don't fret-instead join the masses who will be watching the Apple iPhone event live stream.

Speculation includes talk that Apple will introduce three new iPhone models infused with features from a premium iPhone X that debuted past year with a $1,000 price tag. According to industry experts, it is likely to have aluminium edges instead of stainless steel.

Apple has considered naming the new model the iPhone Xr, Bloomberg reported. Apple X, which was launched in September 2017, starts at Dh4,304. It's not a bad bet to buy a slightly older-model iPhone, since Apple generally lowers the price of existing models when it rolls out new ones.

However, industry analysts say new Apple products will come with slight upgrades and they are not expecting revolutionary new features.

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