The new Apple Watch has been given a complete overhaul
The devices are expected to be officially announced on the 12 September at an Apple event at the company’s new ‘spaceship’ campus in Cupertino, but industry insiders think 9TO5Mac’s images could be the real deal.
The iPhone XS doesn’t look like much of a design departure. It’ll be available in a new gold colour, alongside standard black and white, and feature either a 5.8-inch or 6.5-inch OLED display.
The new Apple Watch, however, boasts a few changes. The screen is larger and the smaller bezels allow much more space to work with.
It also looks thinner, and the redesigned dial shows off its 4G capabilities with a red band. It’s not yet known what colors will be available, or if there will be a Sport version of the new watch.
At the event, Apple will also reveal their new iOS 12 operating system for iPhone and iPad, which is set to be chock-full of wellness features that will help you, er…use your phone less.