Debut of new iPhones expected at Apple event



Apple is expected to release three new models of the iPhone at its annual fall product event in Cupertino, Calif. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube:

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20 Replies to “Debut of new iPhones expected at Apple event”

  1. Smoke Stacks

    Tim Cook and the fat guy are just using Steve Job's privilege. Them both run it down into dirt. Like Blackberry and Nokia used to be. And fock Im not spending a grand on easily cracked screen with pretty emotes.

  2. Eminent Skillz

    Steve Jobs would be absolutely pissed at the current CEO of apple for not only raising the price but making the same exact iphone over and over same design. He was all about seeing the best in apple and making the future a reality. the creativity is dead and it takes less than $200 to make a these iPhones that you insanely sell for $699 to $1,000 or more.. Your using other competitors parts to make these iPhones,ipads etc. The company will cripple if you do not make better quality phones affordable again. majority of people in the world won't go out and buy a phone for more than $400 in any currency haven't you learned this yet?! No pride, No skill, No Heart that the new apple!

  3. pabhishek 1010

    After Steve Jobs, there is no innovation in Apple phones. There was high craze during his innovations. From iPhone 6s to 8, looks and feel is same. They made change in iPhone X but lot of Apple lovers moved to Samsung s9 Phones, because they have a new innovations in their software, look and feel of an application. Now in 2018 you came with the iPhone XS, which costs $1099 excluding taxes and in that you can't save the documents, in other words if you add another $300-400 you will get a MacBook Pro. After Steve Jobs, Apple spending ample amount of time to make new innovations, but with in this time their competitiors will exists and come back with new innovations. I am not against to Apple. I am a Apple user since 2007, just in 2018 i changed my phone to Samsung s9plus, i feel user friendly, camera is excellent in night, great graphics and battery backup is too 10 out of 10. I still use MacBook Pro, iPad. Overall i can say in terms of security wise, none can beat Apple.

  4. El Matador

    I hate to even bring this up, but….

    Ever notice Apple only shows women and people of color on the product/background photos? It’s like there are no white men in that photographic world lol

    I know it’s because of gutless white-guilt white men running the company, cowering to political correctness in the “who can be the most subservient to minorities” game that is law among liberal leftists, especially in California, but damn….can you be any more obvious? How come no one is talking about this?

    I mean 55% of Apple is white, the US is majority white, the world has a decent size white population across the West in which half of all of them are white males…you would think they would put some white men in the product/background photos too. Let’s have a discussion.

  5. Jacob Martinez

    I have the iPhone 8plus red series 256GB and it’s runs perfect. I see people still running the iPhone 6s lmao. I just need the new Apple Watch and I’m set cuz I got AirPods and beats

  6. Kettle 354

    I Phone 7. This is the best smartphone we've ever created.
    I Phone 8. This is the best smartphone we've ever created.
    I Phone 38. This is the best smartphone we've ever created.

  7. guesswho kk

    There are a lot more marketing sound bites than unique features on this phone:

    1:09:23 – There is no such thing as "Surgical Grade" specific stainless steel, but there is Stainless 316 (or even 440 & 420). It very common as used in most Cookware & kitchen utensil, Door handles, Shower room fittings, railing, yacht fittings, disposable surgical knife, surgical Implants, some jewellery, dog bowls.

    1:15:10 – Faster "than ever before", no fault with this statement, but it has been over used and repetitive. Especially on features (Enclave security) that is hard to quantify especially to an average consumer.

    1:18:52 – Nothing wrong with a bit of boasting about the A12 chip, but excessive boasting on an "incremental evolutionary improvement" on moors law is again repetitive. Also the only function with a "Neural Engine" seem to be a dedicated object recognition chip and not a speech or writing translation in realtime. So Siri didn't get an offline treatment.

    And it goes on for hours………..
    e.g. Misleading 120hz or that haptic feature, Liquid Retina LCD??? much bigger screen = slight bigger phone = slight bigger battery for longer run time NOT because it more efficient software but because it uses OLED rather than LCD.

    Dual sim & larger screens are to win back Asian audience, because currently +70% are Android users in China & India in a combine population size of 2.6 billion people.

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