After months of rumours and speculation, Apple has scheduled the launch its new iPhone 8 - along with other products - for 10 a.m. Apple iPhone X is expected to be the most expensive iPhone in the history of the brand.
Apple's Special Event today lived up to its name with a slew of new hardware announcements, touching on everything from the company's iconic iPhone to its Apple Watch, AirPods and more. Apple will be putting a lot of new stuff out there today, and there's a long keynote coming. Cupertino building department official Albert Salvador signed the approval on September 1, just 11 days before Apple planned to hold its event.
While Apple didn't say what kind of glass this was, it's apparently the most durable smartphone glass ever released - which will no doubt be put to the test by dumbass consumers who don't buy a case.
When it comes to Apple Watch, we could hear stories that new gadget will come with LTE support meaning you will not depend on your iPhone so much.
iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be available in space grey, silver and an all-new gold finish in increased 64GB and 256GB capacity models starting at £699 from Apple.co.uk.
The new Apple TV device will cost $179 and ships on September 22.
The iPhone X is being released on the same year that the iPhone celebrates its landmark tenth birthday. Samsung Galaxy phones already have wireless charging and it is also available on many other high-end Android phones.More news: Tutu urges Suu Kyi to act on Rohingya crisis
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Apple's 8 Plus (32GB model) will begin at $749.
"They improve on everything we love about iPhone", added Apple executive Phil Schiller.
The new high-end phone is expected to feature an edge-to-edge display with richer colors and facial recognition to unlock the device without a fingerprint reader or physical home button. Along with phone, Apple will also launch a new campus called the Apple Park. Augmented Reality (AR) is a crucial part of the new iPhone 8 models, as will be the spatial audio feature - this will increase the volume when you get closer to the iPhone.
And what about the iPhone 8?
Also noted by Stroughton-Smith, Apple TV 4K will support Dolby Vision and HDR10 to help further enhance your television experience.
With it's new power, Apple TV 4K will be able to play 4K video and run it an astonishing 60 FPS (frames per second).