A leak on Apple’s website reveals 3 new iPhones: iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone Xr
Apple’s newest products will be announced at 10 a.m. PDT, so we’ll know everything soon enough.
Hours before it makes the official announcement, Apple has accidentally leaked the names for this year’s iPhones. They will be iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone Xr., according to an Apple sitemap file that since has been pulled.
First discovered by ATH, the file includes links to new silicone and leather cases for both the 5.8-inch OLED iPhone Xs and 6.5-inch OLED iPhone Xs Max.
The company’s official silicone cases for the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max will be available in midnight blue, white, black, stone, and (Product)RED, while the leather cases will be available in saddle brown, taupe, black, and (Product)RED. Leather folio cases for both models were also listed; these include black, (Product)RED, green, Cape Cod blue, and peony pink. Cases for the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone Xr weren’t listed in the leak.
Apple’s sitemap file also gave away the display sizes for this year’s Apple Watch. Instead of 38mm and 42mm last previous models, the wearable device will be available in 40mm and 44mm varieties.
Cupertino has often added an “s” to the name of an iPhone. For example, there has already been an iPhone 4s, iPhone 5s, and iPhone 6s/6s Plus. Where it came up with adding an “r” is anyone’s guess. And it will be up to the public to decide whether “Max” is a better name for the company’s largest handset, versus the “Plus” moniker it used previously.
Regardless of the names, Apple’s newest products will be announced at 10 a.m. PDT during a press event, which you can live stream on Twitter, Apple TV, and through a web browser.
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