Last week, we saw some concept renders of two of the three iPhones expected to be announced on September 12 that also suggested a gold colour option would be offered. Both models resemble the current iPhone X.
The company's official invitation made heavy use of the colour gold, fueling speculation on social media that the company plans to launch a gold-coloured successor to the iPhone X, which was made available only in silver and gray a year ago.
Jordan Henderson signs new long-term contract with Liverpool
The midfielder is in the final year of his contract in Paris and has rejected offers of a new deal from the French giants so far. The 28-year-old England midfielder, who joined from Sunderland in 2011, had agreed a previous five-year deal in April 2015.
It's said to have a giant 6.5-inch display, so the "Max" moniker is fitting for what will be Apple's largest smartphone.
Apple will also be revealing a cheaper model with a 6.1-inch LCD screen. According to 9to5Mac, citing sources "familiar with Apple's marketing plans", a yet-to-be-confirmed 6.5in handset will be christened the iPhone XS Max, breaking away from the firm's traditional "Plus" designation. The presence of a single rear camera setup suggests that these are dummies of the LCD model, however we can not verify the genuineness of the leak. Specifically, the leak revealed that Apple's best iPhone models ever will have Apple's worst name ever: iPhone XS.
Emergency declared as Tropical Storm Gordon heads for Gulf Coast
Oil futures climbed Tuesday, with U.S. futures edging above $70 a barrel, on concerns that a looming tropical storm off the U.S. But authorities issued a voluntary evacuation order for some areas outside the city's levee protection system.
What do you think of the new colors? Interestingly, the LCD iPhone is yet to get a clear name. Apple Pencil support? There has been some talk about Apple adding support for its Apple Pencil stylus to the 6.5-inch version of the iPhone, however rumors surrounding the addition have seemed to cool off over the past couple of weeks. But all will be revealed september 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater inside Apple Park.
Amazon Hits $1 Trillion Valuation
Amazon has become the second company listed in the United States to achieve a market value of $1trn (£779.3bn). For added reference, the company's stock reached $1,000 in October of 2017, and broke $100 in October of 2009.