Apple unveils three new iPhones including its biggest smartphone ever!

The day has finally arrived, Apple fans!

Apple has today unveiled it’s latest gadgets, which include three new iPhones and a snazzy new Apple Watch.

The innovative tech goodies were introduced to fans at the company’s annual product unveiling event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California.


The star of the event was the iPhone Xs Max, which is Apple’s largest iPhone ever, along with another two models including the iPhone Xs, and the iPhone XR.

“Today, we’re going to take iPhone X to the next level,” CEO Tim Cook said during the unveiling.

The Xs Max smartphone has a 6.5-inch Super Retina OLED display, while the Xs has a 5.8-inch screen.

“Super Retina in two sizes — including the largest display ever on an iPhone. Even faster Face ID. The smartest, most powerful chip in a smartphone. And a breakthrough dual-camera system. iPhone XS is everything you love about iPhone. Taken to the extreme.”  Apple said in a description of the two new phones on their website.

The devices are available in three different colours including gold, silver and space grey.

The third iPhone model, the iPhone XR, has a 6.1-inch liquid retina display and comes in a variety of different colours including white, black, blue, yellow, coral and red.

“All-new Liquid Retina display — the most advanced LCD in the industry. Even faster Face ID. The smartest, most powerful chip in a smartphone. And a breakthrough camera system,” Apple says of the device on their website.


The iPhone Xs and Xs Max will be available for pre-order on September 14, with the Xs starting at US$999 and the Xs Max beginning at US$1,099.

The iPhone XR starts at US$748 and will be available for preorder on October 19. Australian pricing has not yet been released.

Lastly, Apple also introduced its new Apple Watch Series 4, which is available in two different sizes (40 mm and 44 mm) and two new colours (stainless and gold stainless).

The watch also has a new display, which is 30 percent larger than previous models, and is thinner and lighter than ever before.

The major drawcard for what Apple has dubbed the “number one watch in the world” is however the heart rate monitor, its fall detection technology and its new battery life which is guaranteed to last 18 hours.


The Apple Watch starts at US$399 for GPS and US$499 for Cellular, and will be available for pre-order on September 14.