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The new 6.1-inch iPhone could come in red and blue colors

The new 6.1-inch iPhone could come in red and blue colors

Reliable Apple site 9to5Mac broke the news about the name of the device, which will be the largest smartphone Apple has ever produced. The 6.1-inch unnamed iPhone 2018 LCD model has been seen in Red, White, Blue, and a subtle Rose Gold hue. The image of the Watch shows a new face that displays more information and a bigger display.

The Apple blog 9to5Mac published a report last week that claimed, among other things, that a new iPhone set to be unveiled at Apple's September 12 event would be called "iPhone XS". Pricing is expected to start at $899 for the 5.8-inch model with 64GB of storage and goes all the way up to $1,149 for the top-of-the-line 6.5-inch iPhone XS.

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Jack Wilshere is determined to prove Arsenal were wrong to release him when he revisits his old club with West Ham on Saturday. Arsenal have so far been beaten 2-0 at home by champions Manchester City and lost 3-2 at Chelsea .


Apple has a major event planned for next Wednesday and it's likely to be all about the iPhone. The iPhone XS series will be available in gold, which the iPhone X wasn't, and could possibly have dual-SIM card capabilities, reported by Bloomberg. With that in mind, take these prices with a grain of salt - especially with regards to the iPhone Xs family.

Aside from the new iPhones, Apple may also unveil a refreshed entry-level MacBook, new iPad Pros and next-gen Apple Watches with larger screens.

Apple is rumoured to announce 3 new iPhones next week. As for the LCD variant, which is going to feature a 6.1-inch screen and will sport an edge-to-edge design will be replacing the iPhone 8 and will fetch a price of $699. However, the device will get more colour options in comparison to its expensive siblings.


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