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At its annual September event, Apple introduced three new iPhone models the iPhone XS (pronounced "ten-ess" not "ex-ess"), iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR (pronounced "ten-are" not "ex-are").

Apple Watch - The new Apple Watch may drop the "Series 4" moniker for this year, as Apple's website leak this morning made no mention of it, only citing "Apple Watch".

Besides the wide stereo sound on this new device, the larger screen may excite those looking for a better display. The effect looked good in Apple's demos, but the company falsely claimed this "has not been possible in any type of camera" even though Huawei and others have been doing so since 2016. For more info, head over to Apple.

The long wait for new iPhones is now officially over.

If confirmed, the 6.5in iPhone XS Max is expected to be the company's most expensive to date, surpassing the £999 iPhone X introduced this time past year.

The watch also comes with a speaker that is 50% louder, and it is powered by a new S4 chip that promises the same battery life while doubling the speed of apps running on the device. A new dual-camera system with "Smart HDR" and the ability to dynamically change focus depth on photos.

This iPhone Xs will have IP68 water resistance, and it'll have a display that's extremely similar to its predecessor. Pricing for the iPhone Xs will start at $999, while the iPhone Xs Max will start at $1,099.

The biggest of the bunch is the iPhone Xs Max - the largest iPhone yet.

Like the iPhone X, the XS has a 5.8-inch OLED screen, while the XS Max boasts a mammoth 6.5-inch OLED display. Both phones have "Super Retina" displays with the highest pixel density of any iOS devices.

Apple Watch Series 4 hands-on
However, if Apple fans want the newest version of the product they can pre-order the Series 4 on Friday, September 14. These include an ECG system, low heart rate monitoring system and a hearty rhythm system which can scan for AFIB.

It will also be available with 128GB for £799 or 256GB for £899. The fact that the iPhone X only stuck around for one year, however, is a bit of a surprise considering it had such a heavy influence on the industry with its notch and button-shunning Face ID technology.

"Furthermore, those same files point to a range of new color options for the iPhone Xr", writes Gizmodo. He said they are "by far the most advanced iPhone we have ever created".

In preparation for the arrival of new products, Apple's regular practice involves taking down its online store hours before any announcements.

This could be the iPhone that finally persuades the hundreds of millions of people holding on to old iPhones to upgrade. The iPhone is the biggest reason Apple became a trillion-dollar company; until another product fills its shoes, the iPhone remains key to its future.

Apple will no longer provide the Lightning to 3.5mm adapter with the iPhone. It has a larger screen and a built-in heart sensor that the company said can detect irregular heart rates and perform an electrocardiogram. And stay tuned for our hands-on and first impressions with the iPhone Xs too!

New MacBooks or MacBook Airs - these have been rumored for years and we still haven't seen them.

Will those people stubbornly holding on to an iPhone 6 or iPhone 7 finally be tempted by the iPhone XR?

Tech analyst Patrick O'Rourke joined in, tweeting: 'I want to go on the record now as saying that iPhone Xs Max is a bad name for a smartphone...'

We'll find out soon. Both the iPhones will be available for pre-order starting September 14 and will ship starting September 21.

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