Apple's Next Smartphones and Watch Allegedly Revealed in New Leak

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The first look of the two models out of total three iPhone models that were expected to be announced at the next Apple event is out.

The report also says that the new Apple Watch will have a brand new watch face, which will show users much more information compared to previous versions.

At the same event, Apple is also expected to unveil the next-gen Watch Series 4.

The tech titan released an invitation to members of the press Thursday morning inviting them to "Gather Round" the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, Calif. on September 12. For those unaware, AirPower is essentially a wireless charging pad that it can charge the iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods simultaneously.

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Like last time, Apple will be launching three new iPhones this year as well.

And it appears Apple fans have just been given their best look at the new hardware ahead of its presumed announcement. A Google spokeswoman declined to comment. Until now, rumours claimed that one of the iPhones will be the successor to the last year's iPhone X. This will be the iPhone XS. On the camera front, the 6.5-inch iPhone will also come with dual 12-megapixel back cameras. The final names could be different, the person noted. There's also been chatter of a new iPad Pro, for instance, and indeed refreshes elsewhere in Apple's hardware line-up.

The Watches will look similar to current models, but will include larger screens that go almost edge-to-edge.

Don't worry, the actual size of the watch won't change dramatically, or at all. Apple will collect more than $61 billion in revenue in the September quarter, the period when the new iPhones are likely to go on sale, according to data on analysts' estimates compiled by Bloomberg. Some features will remain the same as Face ID integration and gesture-based controls. The 9.7-inch iPad mini, which has not been updated since 2015, is snot expected to be updated for 2018.