There was actually three phones: the cheaper iPhone 8, and the premium and more expensive X.
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With still less than 24 hours to go, this might be the most leaked Apple event in recent history. The company has been said to be doubling down on secrecy in recent years, in an atttempt to keep launches surprising. And it mostly seemed to work – but perhaps Apple itself didn't get the memo. There's been two major leaks in the last few weeks, both of which came from Apple itself
There'll be a lot of products on show at tomorrow's event. But one perhaps underrated one is the place where the event will actually be held – the Steve Jobs Theater in the brand new Apple Park. We've seen the outside but not the inside. And given Apple's attention to detail – which has in the past led them to build entire structures for presentations that would only be used once – it's likely that inside will be something very special looking indeed.
APPLE PARK: Late June 2017 -- A look inside Steve Jobs Theater
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We've been hearing a lot about supply constraints as the new iPhone nears its release. It looks like those might not be as bad as originally thought – but they are real. The iPhone X won't be available in large quantities at launch, according to a respected analyst. (The iPhone 8 will probably be alright, since it will use many of the same manufacturing processes as the iPhone 7.)
Apple is about to launch a new phone. But there's already one major problemThe IndependentApple's new iPhone X wil be announced in just hours, and available to buy in days. But you might not actually be able to get hold of one for weeks or even months. That's according to one respected Apple analyst who says supplies of the premium new phone will be severely constrained for the first few weeks it is out.
Weeping at the thought of dropping 1,000 of whatever currency you use on a new phone? Well here's how to try and spend slightly less. (Though of course no amount of personal finance wizardry is going to make this new phone cheap.)
How to get the best mobile deal for your phoneThe IndependentIt's a busy day for Apple. The tech giant launches three different iPhone models today, including, according to leaks, a flagship iPhone X, set to come in at a cool £1,000. Rumours abound over quite what the latest must have device will offer. But while there will be die-hards who have camped out in front of the central London store simply to be able to slap hands with Apple staff while clutching the iconic white box, it turns out the rest of us are falling out of love with the handset race as a direct result of the eye-watering costs.
If you're not satisfied with this very comprehensive text live blog, then you can watch along at home. (Hopefully as well as, not instead of, following along here.) And so here's all the details on how to do that
The Apple Store is down! Of course, that doesn't really mean anything, apart from confirming that something new is coming today. It's not clear whether Apple actually has to take the store down to put new products in it, or just does it for tradition's sake.
There's going to be wireless charging in the new phone. But you might not actually be able to use it, at least initially. Find our full report here.
Everyone knows the iPhone's being announced today. But when will it actually come out, you ask? Here's my best guess.
The iPhone 8 is going to be the most boring yet. And yet you're still going to buy it. Here's why.
Tim Cook is awake and tweeting. That's a picture of the Steve Jobs Theater, and those stairs lead to the underground auditorium where the event will be held.
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