If the speculation pans out, the even-bigger iPhone would represent Apple's attempt to feed consumers' appetite for increasingly bigger screens as they rely on smartphones to watch and record video, as well as take photos wherever they are. The pricing were based on then import duty of 15 percent on fully built iPhone models and dollar was trading at Rs 65.
Apple has a habit of throwing in a few surprises at its launch events so expect plenty of other shiny new gadgets to be unveiled including a new Apple Watch.
The iPhone XR - which was also rumored to be named iPhone XC - is expected to be a rare budget option from Apple, using an LCD screen as opposed to a nicer, more expensive OLED screen. As per the listing, Apple iPhone Xs will come for a price starting at $899 (roughly Rs 65,400).
The images, which allegedly depict SIM trays for the upcoming lower-cost handset, were shared on Twitter today by serial smartphone leaker Benjamin Geskin. Twelve months on, the answer to "will people spend that much on an iPhone?" is, according to sales figures, an emphatic "yes".
But new iPhones aren't the only product observers will be looking to see.
This was revealed by the folks at Allthings.how, who spotted that Apple updated its product sitemap with the names of the iPhones set to launch tonight. You can also stream it on Apple TV using Airplay.
Fans of Apple may also remember that the company promised a wireless charging pad, the AirPower, a year ago.
Because of that, I wanted to find out what all of you might be looking forward to the most once Wednesday rolls around.
Apple also has in the works a new iPad Pro model that will include the company's Face ID facial recognition feature, Kuo said.
That fresher profile could help lure price-conscious Apple customers with three- and four-year-old phones into an upgrade, said Eddins. The company's laptop lineup has had an uncharacteristically rough couple of years, with complaints about keyboards and other design issues. According to finder.com.au's Smartphone Upgrade Report 2018, about 8.6 million Australian adults have an iPhone and almost half of them will be keenly watching tomorrow's event to see what Apple has in store.