Apple to unveil new smartphone amid rumours of iPhone X

Apple to unveil new smartphone amid rumours of iPhone X

That little button at the bottom of the screen that we've gotten so used to pushing (virtually in iPhone 7) will be banished entirely in the new iPhones.

Firstly, it seems like Apple is indeed planning to release three different iPhone models.

If Apple were indeed to update the iPod touch tomorrow, it's expected the device would use either an A9 or A10 chip, with improved storage consistent with configurations introduced with more recent Apple releases.

Leaked information suggests its display will extend to all edges of the device, eliminating the exterior gap that now surrounds the screen, Liedtke wrote.

It will also reportedly support wireless charging and a new messaging app named Animoji, which makes use of the phone's 3D-sensors to make emojis that replicate the user's facial expressions. Furthermore, we estimate that the gold version of the OLED iPhone will encounter some production problems and will initially be available only in extremely low volume.

The iOS 11 leak has confirmed you'll be able to unlock your phone just by looking at it.

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Apple is expected to announce a new slew of iPhones and a new Apple Watch on Tuesday when it hosts an event from the Steve Jobs Theater in California.

The existence of this higher-end iPhone had previously reported, but the newly-leaked code also verified many key details about the device. In addition to upgrades to the current iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple is expected to launch a totally new model equipped with exclusive technologies to mark the tenth anniversary of the world's leading smartphone.

Not surprisingly, the iPhone X will be Apple's most impressive phone yet with a 5.8-inch glass screen over the entire front of the phone.

According to Gizmodo and 9to5Mac, some awesome new camera features are rumored to be coming including Contour Light, Natural Light, Stage Light, Stage Light Mono and Studio Light.

An aerial view in April of Apple's new headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.

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