2018 iPhone colour and storage options leaked

2018 iPhone lineup

Apple has unintentionally revealed all the colours and storage options for its upcoming 2018 iPhones, including official names. The new line-up will have more colourways and storage options top 512GB. Leaks after leaks after leaks have been surfaced, leaving little to the imagination for the launch.

Several websites including The Verge managed to dig into the Apple website’s product sitemap XML file and found references to the upcoming devices (including the new Apple Watch Series 4). The sitemap has since been taken down by Apple.

The names of the new iPhones are confirmed – iPhone Xs, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone Xr.

iPhone Xs Apple Product Sitemap leakAs reported by ATH, the product sitemap also links to Otterbox cases for the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max.

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In terms of colours, the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max will come in Silver, Black, and Gold, one colour more than the original iPhone X. Storage options include 64GB, 256GB and 512GB.

The entry-level iPhone Xr will offer Black, White, Red, Yellow, Yellow, Blue, and Coral colourways. Storage-wise, it’s tapered down to two options: 64GB and 256GB.

The Apple launch is happening at 1AM (MYT), 13 September. Catch the live stream on Apple.com. For the first time ever, Apple will also be streaming live on Twitter. Stay tuned for updates.

 

 

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