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How to watch Apple's big iPhone Xs event

12 September 2018, 08:25 | Jodi Jackson

Apple expected to unveil bigger, pricier iPhone on Wednesday

Is the iPhone Xs Max Apple's biggest phone yet

There's still plenty we don't know about the 2018 Apple Watch, but yet another leak suggests that the new models will come in two new sizes: 40mm and 44mm. This phone may be called the iPhone Xs Max, according to a report from Bloomberg.

The iPhone XR, expected to cost less because of its 6.1-inch LCD display, could come in a whopping six colors: black, white, red, yellow, coral, and blue.

In 2017, Apple started selling the iPhone X in November, around two months after its launch. Apple has since covered up the leak, redirecting the sitemap link to a "Be Right Back" page. While Xs will be an advanced version of the iPhone X, iPhone XC will be its low-priced version.

"This major tranche of reboots will undoubtedly please Apple fans and win some new devotees, but it's hard not to see this multi-device launch making up for increasingly modest fanfare that has greeted new iterations of the iPhone in recent years". Apple first introduced the Watch in 2015, and has not changed the screen design since the first generation. However, the product has buoyed revenue from Apple's "Other Products" segment, which also includes the Apple TV, HomePod, and AirPods. We might also finally get a release date for the long-delayed AirPower wireless multi-device charger.

There's also some speculation that Apple will refresh the iPad Pro, which it's positioned as a tablet that can replace your laptop. The company may also announce a new smartwatch.

While it is the market leader, the Apple Watch still doesn't sell in high enough quantities for Apple to break out individual unit sales like it does for Macs, iPads, and iPhones. Apple is streaming it live on its website, which you can view here.

We'll be covering the event live, so check back here around noon EST as we deliver the latest from Cupertino.

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