Another smartphone that would be joining the lineup is the 6.1-inch iPhone Xr, which is expected to be the cheapest one among the new devices that would be launching today.
Following that, industry watchers say the new phones could be spoken as "Tennis Max", "Tennis" and "Tenner".
Not only is this great for consumers who now have to carry a pair of devices with them but could also come in very handy for people who travel - as you can buy a local SIM card to get cheaper calls and data but still receive texts and messages on your standard number.
While the design might be familiar, the iPhone Xs and Xs Max will be more powerful than their predecessors and offer more configurations for consumers. A $699 version is unlikely and wouldn't be good for earnings, Hall added. As far as we know, we are about to see three new models, spread across three price tiers.
The iPhone X, a dramatically redesigned model released last fall, got rid of the home button and introduced facial-recognition technology to unlock the device.
It is clearly the Apple season, as the USA technology giant will announce its new products on Wednesday. That gives the company more time to scoop up sales during the U.S. Thanksgiving and holiday shopping frenzies.
Apple wants users to upgrade to newer, more expensive devices as a way to boost revenue as global demand for smartphones levels off.
Geeks are pouring over the code of the Apple website looking for any indication of what might be coming, and an indication was found.
Florence, Helene, Isaac, and more?
And Hurricane Florence will take aim at the Southeast coast of the United States late this week, likely as a major hurricane. Florence is still moving slowly, and could become a hurricane soon, the National Weather Center said.
Nine changes made for Switzerland friendly
Team mate Harry Maguire agreed it had been a bit fiery in the dressing room. "We know the performance could have been better". With Harry Kane , who'll be facing the Reds at the weekend, also rested, Eric Dier will captain England in the game.
Rangers acquire McQuaid from Bruins
McQuaid, who will turn 32 on October 12, joins righties Kevin Shattenkirk , Neal Pionk and Tony DeAngelo on the depth chart. The young Rangers added some experience at defenseman Tuesday by acquiring Adam McQuaid from the Boston Bruins .