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Apple website leak reveals iPhone XS, XS Max and Xr models

Because it's always right up to the margin, another leak has revealed Apple's new iPhone lineup hours ahead of the big official reveal. Unfortunately for the company, the information has come from its own website. first spotted the phones in Apple's own XML files, and The Verge subsequently managed to unpick references to another model name, the iPhone Xr, inside the AppleCare section. The company has since pulled down the files, but held onto its copy of the XML.

Unfortunately for Apple, it will take a little more wind out of its sails. Leaks in the last few weeks have included images of two differently-sized iPhones over at 9to5Mac, while an all-screen updated Apple Watch is also expected to make its debut at today's big iPhone event.

This data also adds more credence to the idea of three new smartphones this time around. Will the iPhone Xr be the cheaper LCD-screened model? The new premium? A new small phone? Given that the iPhone Xr is apparently linked to AppleCare details for the iPhone 8 and older models, it's likely to be the cheaper option. There were also no case options for the iPhone Xr. Allthings also spotted XML references to 40mm and 44mm sizes for the incoming Apple watch, too. We're still waiting to see exactly what Apple will pack into these new devices, even if we know what they're all called.
Update 9/12/18 7:50PM ET: According to another sitemap file spotted by, the iPhone Xr will be available in black, white, red, yellow, coral and blue, whereas the XS series will feature a new gold option.

When is the new iPhone launch? Apple September 2018 iPhone event time and date

The stage is set for Wednesday September 12 and the Steve Jobs Theater at the new Apple Park complex in Cupertino, California.

The iPhone XS launch event is schedule to start at 10am PT, which is 1pm US eastern time, and 6pm BST in the UK.

iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XC come out?

As we’ve said, Apple is holding its ‘Gather Round’ event on September 12 – though that leaves us none the wiser as to when the iPhone XS and all its stablemates will actually get released.

However, based on the company’s history of staggering launch, pre-order, and release dates, we reckon sales of the iPhone XS won’t open immediately – Friday September 14 is one possibility, September 21 another – and the new handsets probably get released until late-September.

Given the pattern broadly established by iPhone launches gone by, here’s what to expect.
  • iPhone XS launch date: Wednesday September 12th (confirmed)
  • iPhone XS pre-orders live:  Friday September 14th or 21st (TBC)
  • iPhone XS release date (UK and US): Friday September 21st or 28th (TBC)
The same timeline might not hold true for every iPhone unveiled on September 12, but assuming the iPhone XS is indeed the successor to the iPhone X, there’s every chance it’ll be among the first released.

Here’s a reminder of when previous iPhone models were launched and then released, by way of reference.

iPhone XS Price: How much will the iPhone XS, iPhone Max and iPhone XC cost?
  • Rumoured iPhone XS price: From £999/$999
  • Rumoured iPhone XS Max price: From £1049/$1049
  • Rumoured iPhone XC price: From £699/$699
Pricing for the iPhone XS has yet to be confirmed, but we do know one thing: this is Apple, so it won’t be cheap.

The iPhone X starts at £999/$999 and runs up to a hefty £1149/$1149 for the top-specced model, meaning that you may need nigh on a grand to get yours paws on the iPhone XS outright – and the larger iPhone XS Max or Plus will likely cost even more.

This likelihood has seemingly been ‘confirmed’ by the mobile analyst community, with a recent CNBC report citing Bank of America’s Wamsi Mohan as tipping the iPhone XS for a $999/£999 starting price, and the XS Max for a $1049/£1049 minimum outlay.

The dubious Weibo leak pegs (according to 9to5Mac) the iPhone XC to start at $699, which would work out as £699 if the other new iPhone price information is correct.

And in other news, Donald Trump has offered his two cents ahead of Apple’s September 12 event, offering us the piercing insight that “Apple prices may increase”.

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