Apple unveils iPhone XS Max, iPhone X with Touch ID, and other specs, software at WWDC

Axios is reporting that Apple is set to unveil its newest iPhone, the iPhone X, at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on June 24th.

The iPhone X will be the company’s latest iPhone.

The company also announced the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.

The device will have a 5.5-inch OLED screen with a 5MP camera and 5MP front-facing camera.

The device is also expected to have a 13MP rear camera.

The iPhone X is expected to be released at a suggested retail price of $999, which is still a bit of a steep price to pay for a phone that comes in at $650.

The 5.7-inch iPhone X Plus is expected at $1,399.

While Apple has been slowly teasing a number of new iPhone devices, the company has been making more subtle hints that its next phone is likely to be the iPhone 7 Plus, which was revealed on February 8th.

Apple CEO Tim Cook has previously said that the next iPhone will have “bigger screens, bigger bezels, and bigger screens with better battery life.”

The company has also made the announcement that it will be introducing an OLED display, which has previously been seen as an indication that it is planning to bring a thinner iPhone.

This is not the first time Apple has hinted that it might be working on a larger iPhone.

Earlier this year, Apple teased the iPhone SE, which would be the first iPhone to use a curved display, a feature that Apple has long been rumored to be working towards.

Apple is also planning to introduce a “tremendous” 5K OLED display in the next phone, according to sources close to the company.

The new iPhone will likely feature a 3,000mAh battery.

The company has said that it would like to be able to make a 5K iPhone screen at some point in the future, which may help Apple make a more compelling case to Apple Watch users.

Apple has also previously said it would consider expanding its 5K displays to include Apple Pay, as well as the iPhone, iPod, and iPad.

The new iPhone also will feature a “new” Lightning connector, which will be used to connect to Lightning ports on other devices.

Apple also said it will unveil a “revolutionary” Lightning port in the new iPhone.

Apple will likely use a proprietary Lightning port, though, so it’s unclear what that port will look like.

Apple has also hinted that the iPhone will be made in a “New York City” factory.

This is the first company to officially confirm this in an official capacity.

The factory that Apple will use to make its iPhone will reportedly be located in New York, but we’re not sure whether Apple will be manufacturing the iPhone in a location that’s located in the New York City area or a factory in another part of the country.