Apple Store is down, website leaks iPhone Xs, iPhone Xr names, colors and storage options

Just a few hours before the launch of the new iPhones, the markup code from Apple's website has given us a glimpse of the final names of the smartphones and the color and storage options that would be available this time around.

The standard device that would be replacing the iPhone X is said to be called the iPhone Xs, resuming the tradition of having an 's' device cycle after skipping it last year with the launch of the iPhone 8. The device is being called 5.8-inch iPhone Xs in the leaked code while the larger iPhone Xs is being referred to as 6.5-inch iPhone Xs. The larger device will allegedly be known as iPhone Xs Max as per past leaks. Both these devices would be available in 64GB, 256GB and 512GB storage options and space gray, silver, and gold color options.

Another smartphone that would be joining the lineup is the 6.1-inch iPhone Xr, which is expected to be the cheapest one among the new devices that would be launching today. It would be available in six colors as per the leaked code from Apple's website, which is more than what the earlier leaks suggested. These include black, white, red, yellow, coral and blue. In terms of storage, there seem to be 64GB, 128GB and 256GB variants of the device.

The other device that is set to accompany the new iPhones is the Apple Watch Series 4, and that too has been mentioned in the leaked code along with a large number of custom bands.

Now that the Apple event is just under four hours away, the Apple Store has gone down and a rainbow-colored logo has been put up as a placeholder. The colors likely indicate the wide variety of options which will be available for the iPhone Xr. It remains to be seen whether the other devices will also feature such a wide variety of colors.

Source: Steve Troughton via Twitter

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