iPhone Xs Max Weight, iPhone Xr Colors, 64-Bit Apple Watch Suggested By New Rumors

Time is running out for any new iPhone leaks to sneak out there ahead of an official announcement during Apple’s September 12th event. That isn’t stopping some news from appearing, though, and we now have three little tidbits that might be of interest to those who have a keen eye on what Apple’s lineup will look like for the next year.

Starting off, we have the news that the iPhone Xs Max may actually be asymmetrical, thanks to the inclusion of four holes on one side of its Lightning port and seven on the other.

The reasons for that are unclear, so we’ll have to wait and see whether there are any legs to that one. The same rumor also has this being the heaviest iPhone yet at 7.34 ounces, something that would make sense given the size of the thing’s screen compared to previous iPhones.

Moving on, we have the Apple Watch with the suggestion being that it will go 64-bit this year just like the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Apple has been on a crusade to move all of its platforms to 64-bit only, and the Apple Watch may be the latest to take a step in that particular direction.

Finally, we have the leaking of a photo showing a number of SIM trays that look like they will be used in the iPhone Xr/Xc. The colors that the trays appear in are telling, with blue and red included as well as a brown-ish copper tray that is likely to be used in the gold model. All of these are expected to be for the 6.1-inch iPhone that will be announced during the September 12th event, given the colors shown.

Apple will take the wraps off its iPhone lineup, amongst other things, during an event this September 12th, making it a big day for the company, its carrier partners and the industry as a whole. We can’t wait to see what’s in store.

(Sources: 9to5Mac [1], [2])

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