If Apple's own website is to be believed, the colossal smartphone maker plans to announce three new models of iPhone later today: the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR.
The three models are expected to break down as such:
Apple is notorious for running a tight ship with few product leaks, though there are a handful of notable examples where the opposite is the case.
Most notoriously, a pre-production model of the iPhone 4 was left in a bar and subsequently purchased and written about by tech blog Gizmodo. In 2017, a graphic icon of the iPhone X's design was discovered within Apple's HomePod firmware ahead of the company's announcement.
More recently, images of the iPhone XS and XS Max models were discovered by Apple blog 9to5Mac, which apparently guessed at the URLs to uncover marketing images of still-unannounced devices.
Additionally, it looks like the iPhone XS and XS Max will come with an option for 512 GB of storage — a first for the iPhone. But other than that detail and the names of the devices, we're still in the dark about this year's iPhones.
Apple will no doubt share more details on Wednesday evening (from 19:00 South African time) at its annual iPhone event in Silicon Valley.
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