By now, most of us have heard of the iPhone X and iPhone Xs, and now we can all expect to see some of the same features that Apple showed off back in September.
The iPhone 8 Plus will be getting an upgrade to the next-gen X-Pro2, with a redesigned design and new cameras, while the iPhone 8 is expected to be upgraded to the iPhone Max.
The rumored iPhone 8s will also get a major refresh.
But if you’re just itching to know the best iPhone X-specific features, we have a roundup of all the best new features coming in September for the iPhone and Xs.
The iPhone X features a 6.2-inch display, which is slightly larger than the iPhone 7 Plus.
It sports a 5.5-inch Retina Display, a bigger 5.7-inch OLED display, a 2K display, and a 12MP rear camera.
It also has a higher resolution of 1080p, as opposed to the 8 Plus’ 1080p resolution.
It’s also expected to come with Face ID, an NFC-based fingerprint sensor, and Apple Pay.
Apple has also said that the iPhone will support Bluetooth 4.0 LE, so you can get a phone that will charge and connect wirelessly to your iPhone or Mac, or that can be used with Bluetooth headphones.
The phone is expected in October.
The XS camera is expected on the iPhone, but its specs haven’t been announced yet.
The camera will reportedly have a 35-megapixel sensor, a f/1.7 aperture, and 1.8x optical zoom.
We know the iPhone has a larger sensor, so expect that to be a big part of the camera’s improvements.
The XS also sports a new front-facing camera, with optical image stabilization (OIS), laser autofocus, and 4K video recording.
The rear camera will be a 16MP sensor with dual LED flash, as well as a new LED flash and a phase detection autofocusing autofocal lens.
Apple is also expected with a new 3D Touch fingerprint scanner, with fingerprint recognition and unlocking capabilities coming to the XS.
The next iPhone is expected next month.
It will have a new design, but it won’t have an OLED display.
We also don’t know what new features the X will have besides its Retina display.
We also know that Apple is launching an upgrade for the X. The new iPhone will get a new, larger screen, which will feature a 5,000-nit brightness and a 2560×1440 resolution.
The screen will also be able to display higher resolutions, such as 1080p.
The upgraded iPhone will also feature the Face ID feature, which Apple is promising to support in the future.
Apple will also likely announce a new wireless charging standard, with an official announcement to come.
The next iPhone will have wireless charging as standard, and it will be able charge your iPhone while you’re connected to a charging pad, as a standard feature.
The Apple Watch Series 2 is also on the way, and you’ll be able get the Series 2 in October, too.
The Series 2 will be slightly smaller than the Series 1 and the Series 3 will have an improved display.
It’ll also come with a 3D touch fingerprint sensor.
The watch will also come in September and October, as it did with the Series One.
The Series 3 is rumored to be slightly larger and have a bigger screen, but we don’t have any details.
The Apple Watch is expected later this year, and the new Apple Watch will include wireless charging and a bigger display.
Apple is also rumored to launch a new version of the MacBook Air, which could have a 3.5mm headphone jack and a new display, but no official details have been released.
Apple could also launch a smaller, mid-size model, the MacBook Pro.
The MacBook Air has been rumored to have a 5K display and a 1,366×768 resolution, as seen on the new MacBook Air Pro.
The new Apple TV is expected by September.
It is expected with support for HDR, 4K, and dual-band Wi-Fi, and also with an upgraded processor and more RAM.
Apple will likely unveil the new model in October at its Worldwide Developers Conference.
The upcoming Apple TV has been said to have 1080p streaming capabilities, and will also have Apple Pay and Face ID.
It has also been rumored that Apple will launch a streaming video service in the near future.
The latest rumors also say that the Apple TV will have NFC technology for connecting to your Mac or iOS device.