If previous years are any indication, Apple's new iPhones could go on sale the following week, perhaps on September 21.
The release date is thought to be in late September, so you won't have to wait until November to buy this year's flagship iPhone, like we did with the iPhone X a year ago. All three devices will have facial recognition and edge-to-edge screens like the iPhone X, but the two premium models will have OLED screens, while the cheaper phone will use LCD technology, Bloomberg News has reported. Most of the other design elements look the same. True to the rumors, it looks like a gold version of the new iPhone will be coming out this fall along with a larger screen size version.More news: White House probes Google after Trump accuses it of bias
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Alongside the standard iPhone we may also see a larger iPhone X Plus which might include a giant 6.5-inch display and a cheaper device that will bring lower specs at a reduced price.
The Series 4 model will allegedly boast slimmer bezels and feature an edge-to-edge display, along with featuring a new watch face that will depict more information than current models.
Nonetheless, if Apple does do away with the conventional button, millions more users will have to relearn the most basic UX of the iPhone (one that Steve Jobs frequently touted). That lines up with the naming scheme that Apple has used in the past, which added an "S" to model names that were in-between major generations and focused on internal changes.
Rumors also suggest this new iPhone will not come with 3D Touch.