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The names for Apple’s upcoming iPhones — the unveiling is today, in case you forgot — have been floating on the internet as rumors for a while, but a new leak on Apple’s own website all but confirms them.
The new iPhones will therefore be called the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max and the iPhone XR.
The names, first unearthed by ATH, appear in Apple’s product sitemap file, now taken offline.
The iPhone XS will likely be the smallest, 5.8-inch variant of the device, while the iPhone XS Max will be the largest, 6.5-inch version. The iPhone XR will probably be the 6.1-inch iPhone, which is rumored to look similar to the other two (display notch and all) but with an LCD screen (instead of OLED) and a lower price.
As The Verge notes, the file also mentions new Apple Watch Series 4 devices, as well as new watch bands in 40mm and 44mm sizes (instead of 38mm and 42mm).
Finally, the file also reveals a number of case colors for the new iPhones. For example, there will be a black, white, midnight blue, red and stone silicone case for the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max. Leather cases will be available in black, red, green, blue and pink for the two devices as well.
The file doesn’t reveal anything else about the upcoming gadgets, but Apple is scheduled to give us all the official details today, anyways. Tune in for our live blog and coverage here.