Rumors: iPhone Xs Max Will Be The Heaviest iPhone Ever, iPhone XC To Have 5 Color Schemes

There is just than a day before Apple announces iPhone Xs and Apple Watch Series 4, but all sorts of news about Apple's upcoming products have not been end. According to 9to5Mac, an anonymous sources says that the iPhone Xs Max will be the heaviest iPhone ever, weighing 7.34 ounces, or about 208 grams, compared to iPhone 8 Plus' 7.13 ounces or 202 grams.

This year's Apple Watch Series 4 will be a 64-bit device. Last year's Apple Watch Series 3 was powered by an S3 chip, which is still a 32-bit design. This year's Apple Watch Series 4 will be powered by an S4 chip. It's expected that the S4 chip will make Apple Watch yet another performance boost, but also introducing larger screen and new complicated watch face.

Ben Geskin, on the other hand, shared an image on Twitter. The devices in the picture is likely to be the 6.1-inch LCD screens. At present, the naming of the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone is still uncertain. Some reports refer to it as iPhone XR, iPhone 9, or iPhone XC. The SIM cards are available in five colors, space gray, silver, red, blue, and brown.

The fall event will kick off Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time at Steve Jobs Theater, Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California. Apple will live steam the event on its official Twitter page and online.

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