Tagged With iphone day 2018

Pre-orders for the new iPhone Xs and Xs Max kick off at 5:01pm AEST today -- but the telco plans are already beginning to drop, with Vodafone being the first out this year. This is what they've got ahead of the September 21 launch.

The new iPhones may have been the main event of today's Apple product launch, but the Apple Watch Series 4 also made quite the impression. One of the standout features is the new heart-monitoring hardware that allows the device to take an electrocardiogram (ECG) to monitor electrical activity in the heart.

There's just one problem. We won't be getting it in Australia.

In case you couldn't tell already, it's iPhone Day here at Gizmodo. I've been up since 2:30am and I'm buzzed on excess caffeine and pure adrenaline.

There were a lot of rumours and leaks going into this year's event -- especially around the possible names and price points. And you better believe that the internet has some opinions on what we now know to be the iPhone Xs, Xs Max and XR.

Another iPhone day is now behind us, and even the most sceptical Apple fans might be asking themselves, “Was that it?!” We got three new iPhones and a new Apple Watch. That’s it.

Apple’s keynote came and went today, confirming the rumours that we have three new iPhones and two new Apple Watches on the way. But just because Apple made it official doesn’t mean that everything will be available right away. Here’s a rundown of when everything is actually going to land in people’s hands, from iOS 12 to the colourful and confusingly named iPhone XR.

One year after the release of the iPhone X, Apple has returned in 2018 to completely revamp its entire phone lineup with multiple new handsets based on last year’s $1579 flagship: Say hello to the iPhone Xs. But that isn’t all, because this year, Apple’s flagship has a supersized sibling in the new iPhone Xs Max.

We're only hours away away from Apple's 2018 iPhone event. We're past the point where we expected to see anymore significant leaks. And yet here we are.

After weeks of somewhat confused speculation as to what the names of the new iPhones would be, they seemed to have been leaked for real this time. By Apple. On its own website.