News / UK and world by Press Association September 12, 2018, 3:58 pm FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppEmail Sign up to our Daily newsletter Apple appears to have leaked the names of its new iPhone line-up on its website just hours before its live event to launch the products. The leak, discovered in new product page listings of the Apple.com sitemap by the site All Things How, appears to confirm the three new phones will be called the iPhone XS, XS Max and iPhone XR. It follows previous rumours that the company will introduce a larger screened 6.5in iPhone – allegedly the XS Max – alongside the new 5.8in display iPhone XS, which is the same size screen as last year’s iPhone X. The sitemap listings also reference the iPhone XR, believed to be the cheaper handset with a 6.1in LCD screen to replace the iPhone 8 as the company’s entry-level device. The listings have since vanished as Apple took the online Apple Store offline – customary before its live events – ahead of the new devices being officially unveiled in California on Wednesday evening. If confirmed, the 6.5in iPhone XS Max is expected to be the company’s most expensive to date, surpassing the… Read full this story
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