Apple to unveil new iPhones, revamped iPads and more

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So let's dive on to see some more details on the names of all 2018 iPhone models. Apparent leaks from within Apple also indicate that there will be a larger version of the iPhone X called the iPhone XS, according to a report from 9 to 5 Mac, which is expected to have a 6.5-inch screen and a hefty price tag.

It's time for Apple's annual fall product event, and analysts are expecting some big iPhone news - literally. As always, you can watch the event live in Safari on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and macOS device, or in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 right here on Apple's website.

The event will get underway at 10am local time in California, which for the sake of anyone in the United Kingdom means you can tune into the stream to watch at 6pm BST. Part of the preparations for the launch of the new products today was to get the sitemap ready for the devices.

Including Star Tech's very own David Snelling who is reporting on the ground. What's happening to Apple's cheaper, traditional phone models?

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What do the experts say?

A recent post from Chinese microblogging site Weibo, via The Inquirer, further claims this to be the case with new images surfacing around the iPhone-X-lookalike.

"While the reboot and the supersize X are likely to be the showier additions to the line-up, the development of what is essentially a successor to the super-popular budget SE is a real crowd-pleasing move". That would make it one of the largest mass-market phones ever sold and about an inch larger than the screen on the iPhone 8 Plus. The big display is expected to use lower-cost LCD technology but look more like last year's iPhone X.

As well as new iPhones, Apple is also expected to reveal a new Apple Watch model and possibly some new versions of the iPad Pro and the Macbook Air. Apple didn't comment ahead of Wednesday's event, which is being held at its Cupertino, California, headquarters.

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