New Apple iPhones Launch: Watch LIVE Streaming of iPhone XR, iPhone XS & iPhone XS Max Smartphones Global Launch Event
Apple Event 2018 Representational Asset (Photo Credit: IndianExpress.com)

Apple will be launching its new generation iPhones today, at an event held at the Steve Jobs Theatre, California. The event will start on 10 am PDT (10.30 pm IST). Interested ones can watch the live stream on Apple’s official website and Twitter page. Amidst all the anticipation, the global event is expected to unveil three new iPhones with the latest specs that the company has to offer. New Apple iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr Global Launch Today: Everything We Know So Far About 2018 Models.

Nothing has been revealed about the design or specifications of the upcoming smartphones. But as per China Telecom regulator’s report, the devices would be supporting dual SIM connectivity. But there hasn't been any official announcement about the detail concerning the hardware of the smartphones. However, there have been plenty of speculations, rendered images and other leaks. New Apple iPhones Confirmed to Support Dual SIM 4G Connectivity.

Now, just hours before the launch, a new report suggests that the upcoming iPhones will be named as iPhones XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. Compared to the earlier leak, which revealed that the devices could be called iPhone XS Plus and iPhone XC, it seems that Apple is planning to keep the new names and letting go of the terminology ‘Plus’, which it had maintained for its previous-generation models. New Apple iPhone XS Colour Options Leaked Online Ahead of the Launch.

Also, the event will showcase not only three new iPhones but also Apple’s new Watch Series 4, new AirPower wireless mat charger, new MacBook Air, AirPods and much more. Talking about the 2018 iPhone models, there will be three devices with different display sizes. The iPhone XR is said to feature a 6.1-inch LCD screen. However, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XS-- the company’s premium offerings -- will have 6.5-inch OLED display and 5.8-inch OLED display respectively.