During Apple’s keynote at the WWDC 2018, the Cupertino-based tech giant opted to focus the presentations on its software, from iOS 12, to macOS Mojave, to WatchOS 5, to the newest version of TVOS. Noticeably absent from Apple’s presentation were the highly-anticipated hardware that the company is rumored to be working on, including the iPhone SE2, the new Apple Watch, and the 2018 iPad Pro.
Safe to say, these rumored devices would likely be unveiled sometime later this year, during Apple’s highly-anticipated event expected for September, where the company would unveil its 2019 iPhone series. Over the past few months, rumors have been suggesting that this year’s iPhones would be a step away from Apple’s previous style of unveiling two handsets in the event.
Unlike last year’s unveiling, however, this year would not feature two outdated-looking iPhones and a freshly-designed flagship. Instead, all of Apple’s iPhones are expected to adopt the iPhone X’s edge-to-edge display.