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Apple Set to Reveal Special iPhone X on Tuesday

10 September 2017

It's full of details about the upcoming line of products being teased for the company's September 12 event, including that Apple appears poised to skip releasing a 7s line entirely and move directly to the iPhone 8. Apple too is going over board to ensure the phone turns out to be as special as it can be.

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The leak also contains what might be the first publicly released image of the new LTE Apple Watch Series 3, which looks an very bad lot like it has cellular capacity.

But you're probably wondering about the iPhone.

The most radical redesign of Apple's iPhone in 4 years could be called iPhone X, according to codes from software that will power the device.

- The name. This one's up in the air.

The iPhone X, if that is what it is dubbed, is expected to retail between $1,000-$1,200.

While iPhone 8's price might seem like it is way too expensive, no one should be shocked. The iPhone community has remained baffled about the specifications of the device following a wave of leaks and rumours.

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The images shows a phone call button on the watch face.

The iPhone X will nearly certainly have no physical home button.

We've known for a few weeks that the iPhone 8 features a near bezel-less display, but until now it's been unclear how the phone's Status Bar will work with an edge-to-edge screen.

Apple's decision to leak the Gold Master version of iOS 11 and then take it down brought forward all kinds of interesting leaks Saturday afternoon. They can even respond to your voice and face.

- The ports. It's a safe bet that the headphone jack - gone with the introduction of the iPhone 7 - isn't coming back. On the premium iPhone, at least, rumour has it that inductive charging - sometimes referred to as wireless charging - is making the leap from Apple Watch to iPhone.

Another zany new development is Animoji, which are apparently 3D-generated emojis which will sync with facial tracking to create customised expressions.

Perhaps the most confusing and controversial of the design decisions in the iPhone is the little notch that sits at the top, and houses the facial recognition sensors, the traditional camera, and the earpiece for phone calls. That puts it in the same league as the similarly priced Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Apple Set to Reveal Special iPhone X on Tuesday