Tomorrow is a big day or Apple lovers who will finally see the unveiling of the company’s 2017 flagship smartphones but unfortunately, the names of the iPhones have been leaked ahead of the launch event.
Two news sites, who were given access to the unreleased version of iOS have confirmed that the company’s 10th-Anniversary phone will be called iPhone X, though we are not sure who we are supposed to pronounce it; iPhone Ex or iPhone Ten.
iPhone 8 Plus
— Benjamin Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) September 9, 2017
The leaked code also referred to two new iPhone 8 handsets, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus which were previously thought of as iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus.
Other major revelations revealed by the leak included; images of Apple Watch and AirPod headphones, the set-up process for Apple’s new Face ID, and Animoji which are basically animated emojis that will reflect the user’s facial expressions.
Face ID enrollment process (with layout issues on first page) pic.twitter.com/KczOHEy9ir
— Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) September 9, 2017
As we have previously reported, the iPhone X will not feature a home button and Touch ID due to the arrival of an all-screen OLED display. The smartphone is expected to boast a price of $999 depending on the variant.
Rumors also suggest that Apple will start the pre-orders of the device from 15th September whereas the device will hit the markets a week later on 22nd September.