Apple's Next iPad Pro To Ditch The Lightning Port For USB-C

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Apple's Next iPad Pro To Ditch The Lightning Port For USB-C

It is already tomorrow the tech giant Apple will hold its annual event to present the new iPhones.

GameSpot's sister website, CNET, will have full coverage of the event, featuring several longtime Apple watchers and coming to you live from the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California.

By getting consumers to pay more, Apple revenues have climbed despite slowing sales.

A photo of a pink iPhone, Apple's Rose Gold variant, with a dual-SIM slot was also posted online, adding to the rumours that Apple will release a dual-SIM version of their smartphone.

Called the iPhone Xs, it will look identical to the previous model. The company recently released a cheaper version of the iPad in March for £319, and before that a refreshed second-generation version of iPad Pro in June a year ago.

The company may also a larger option: a 6.8-inch device that 9to5Mac predicts will be called the iPhone XS Max, killing the previously used "Plus" labeling. The new larger iPhone X-like phone is expected to be more expensive than the starting price of £999 of 2017's iPhone X, further stretching the expense of top-end smartphones. The dual-SIM iPhone may only be sold in markets such as India and China, however, according to reports. Some are calling it the "iPhone Xs".

While the LCD model will come with a 6.1-inch display, the OLED models are said to come with 5.8 and 6.5-inch displays.

We're just a couple days away from the Apple's launch event of the next trio of iPhones but that hasn't brought down the intensity of the leaks any bit. A redesigned version would be needed for these new models.

Finally, Kuo gives hints about the new Apple Watch 4, which should have electrocardiography (ECG) and ceramic back. Not all of them will be revealed on Thursday morning Australian East Cost time. The company faced development challenges, but plans to launch it as soon as this month, Bloomberg News reported earlier this year. The new laptop model will replace Apple's 12-inch MacBook model, which does not have a fingerprint scanner and starts at $1300, TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in a note distributed Monday. But they have naturally ramped up more recently, considering Apple will announce the new trio of devices this Wednesday, 12 September. These will be some of the most significant upgrades to the iPad in the device's history.

Shares of Apple slid Monday as mounting trade war tensions overshadowed the company's upcoming product launches.

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