What to expect from Apple’s 2018 iPhone event

After last year’s iPhone X introduction, you’d think anything Apple would unveil at its September 12th “Gather Round” event would be anticlimactic. Not so — if anything, it could be one of the company’s biggest launch events in recent memory. It’s likely that Apple will announce three new iPhones, not to mention the first substantial changes to the Apple Watch design since its 2015 debut.

And then there’s a myriad of potential announcements beyond that, such as an iPhone X-inspired iPad Pro, the long-delayed AirPower mat and new AirPods. It’s a lot to take in, but we’re here to separate the wheat from the chaff and give you an idea of what Tim Cook and crew will reveal when they take the stage.

If Apple was cautious in releasing just one redesigned phone in 2017, it’s throwing that caution to the wind this year. According to analyst reports and leaks, the company will make the iPhone X’s design commonplace by introducing three models that replace both the X and the 8, relegating traditional iPhone design to the low end.

If Apple was cautious in releasing just one redesigned phone in 2017, it’s throwing that caution to the wind this year. According to analyst reports and leaks, the company will make the iPhone X’s design commonplace by introducing three models that replace both the X and the 8, relegating traditional iPhone design to the low end.

The top of the line would center around two models. One would be a direct evolution of the iPhone X (possibly called the iPhone XS) with a 5.8-inch OLED screen, depth-sensing front camera, dual rear cameras and other familiar traits.

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