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All the rumors about the next iPhones and what could come at WWDC

USATODAY - Tech Top Stories

Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference is always full of surprises. USA TODAY's Jefferson Graham previews what we can expect in Talking Tech. Apple has used its June Worldwide Developers Conference to release new iPhones in the past. While early rumors pointed to Apple possibly using Monday's event in San Jose to introduce an improved iPhone SE, it now seems that Apple's smaller, cheaper iPhone will get its update alongside the rest of the line in the fall. Here's what we know about the iPhone SE 2 and the other iPhones Apple might have planned.

iPhone 8 review roundup


Video: Dissecting Apple's iPhone 8, iPhone X, Apple Watch launch: The takeaways for business pros The reviews for the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus have gone live, and its clear that while it's a solid upgrade, it's been seriously overshadowed by the upcoming release of the iPhone X. Let's take a look at some of the highlights: Pretty much says it all, really. The Good Fantastic dual-lens camera shoots better than ever with improved portrait mode. Most competing Android phones have even larger screens. Upcoming iPhone X could be a more compelling choice. Overall a feeling that too much has stayed the same.

Why Apple doesn't need to sell more iPhones anymore


There's a common misunderstanding that if a company doesn't sell more of something, it means the product is a failure.

These cut-price iPhone XS and XR deals will save you a packet on your new device


Luckily for any Apple fans out there, the previous year's range has seen some impressive price drops recently, securing you top level iPhones for less. On both the iPhone XR and the iPhone XS, has cut the prices, giving two excellent iPhone deals. Go for the cheaper iPhone XR and you'll be paying £30 a month for a strong 22GB of data. Upgrading to the iPhone XS will cost you just £1 a month more and a tiny drop in data. However, you'll be getting a better handset and landing on EE - the UK's fastest 4G network.

The Only Loser at Apple's Latest Event Is Your Wallet

TIME - Tech

On Wednesday, Apple announced its latest updates to the iPhone and Apple Watch, adding three new iPhones and a new Apple Watch to its catalog of devices. The iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR all share the iPhone X's all-screen design and FaceID security features, and the Apple Watch Series 4 bundles a larger display with more advanced health-focused features. What Apple took away, however, was an inexpensive way to enter its smartphone ecosystem. The iPhone has always been considered a premium product, and the latest versions are no different. Apple's new iPhones start at $749 with the iPhone XR, regarded as the new standard-issue iPhone, and rise to a thousand dollars with the iPhone XS and $1099 with the XS Max.