Last-minute leak is our first-ever live look at the new Apple Watch Series 4 design
The day Apple fans around the world have been waiting for has finally arrived as the company prepares to host its big September event later today. Months of unending leaks and rumors will finally give way to the announcements we've all been waiting for. Of course, there likely aren't very many surprises left since all of Apple's upcoming new products have leaked so thoroughly, but the company usually manages to keep at least a few tricks up its sleeve that we didn't expect. It's going to be a bit more difficult than usual for Apple to surprise us this year though, since there have been so many leaks from Apple's suppliers and even from Apple itself.
We know that the stars of the show on Wednesday will be Apple's next-generation iPhone lineup, which in 2018 will include three different smartphone models. The iPhone Xs will be Apple's follow-up to the iPhone X, and the iPhone Xs Max will be a new larger version with a 6.5-inch OLED screen and a bigger battery. Then a third model believed to be called the iPhone Xr will have a similar design, a 6.1-inch LCD screen, and a more affordable price tag. iPhones aren't the only new products set to debut today though, and now a last-minute leak gives the world its first-ever look at Apple's next-generation Apple Watch Series 4 design in the flesh.
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