On the iPads rear that's what appears to be a camera bump that looks similar to that on the iPhone 8, though we would never advocate taking photos with even an iPad Mini let alone a hefty 12.9in slate. Apple first introduced a device sans a home button a year ago with the iPhone X, and if rumors are to be believed, the company is ready to go all-in with FaceID for all three new phones.
Pricing for the iPhone XS is still unconfirmed, reports have suggested Apple will sell the 5.8-inch iPhone XS for $800 to $900 and the 6.5-inch iPhone XS for $900 to $1,000. All main Android brands now treat FOD as the important function to differentiate themselves from iPhone (we expect 2H19 iPhone models will not support FOD).
Ot the back of the device pictured, there are antenna lines along the top and bottom edges of the chassis, more like that of the iPhone 4 than the chassis of current models. Talking about specification, the iPhone XC will come with a 6.1-inch LCD display, Apple A12 SoC and 3GB of RAM. This seems like a response to the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note 9, which includes a model with 512GB of storage. That technology - or Apple's branding of fingerprint scanning - isn't necessarily completely out the door just yet. Apple is rumored to kill the Home Button on the tablet as well and offer Face ID in its place.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey To Appoint Sen. John McCain's Replacement
The next senator from Arizona , replacing the late Sen. "He was a great man", claimed the conservative co-host of The View . McCain had been absent in the eight months since, as he battled cancer at his home in Arizona .
With just a little over a week until Apple's event, the rumor mill is not slowing down.
The image above was rendered by Venya Geskin. The new Apple Watch models are also expected to come with advanced heart rate tracking and other health related improvements. And by the look of it, Apple would be proud.
The event will take place on September 12th, 2018, at 10AM Pacific Time. In addition to Apple's live stream on Safari browsers on their website and on Apple TV, SlashGear will have all the news and details and hands-on with new devices as quick as possible in our main news feed.