We re just a few hours away from Apple s eagerly-awaited event, where the company will be launching (at least) three new iPhones. The soon-to-be-unveiled smartphones have leaked numerous times in the past few months, with everything from their names to design already being out in the open. But, if you still have some doubts, this should clear them all up! Also Read - Vodafone eSIM now available for some Apple iPhones in IndiaAlso Read - Samsung Galaxy Z Flip gets DxOMark score of 105, falls just behind the iPhone XS Max Also Read - Apple iPhone XS, Realme X2, Samsung Galaxy S9 discounted on Flipkart: Check prices
Spigen, a California-based manufacturer of smartphone cases and accessories, has jumped the gun and already listed its entire line-up of cases for two of the Apple s upcoming smartphones iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max confirming their names in the process. From slim-fit to rugged, and from transparent to wallet-type, it seems Spigen has quite a collection for the new iPhones. The listings confirm the (common) design language of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, which are both seen with iPhone X-style notch and vertical dual-camera systems at the back.
Interestingly, the feature listing of many of Spigen s cases mentions them as having wireless charging support, which means that like their predecessors, Apple s upcoming iPhones will have wireless charging capabilities.
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Apple is set to officially unveil the 2018 iPhone line-up just hours from now, so we ll soon know all the finer details of their design, as well as the features that they ll come with.
Among other features, Apple s upcoming iPhones are all but confirmed to have fast charging support. However, it seems that you ll have to shell out some extra money to take advantage of that feature.
Citing notable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, a report by The Next Web has claimed that the Cupertino-based technology giant won t be including a fast charger in the box with the new iPhones, shipping them with the usual 5W (USB Type-A) charger, as it has done with all iPhones so far.