This concept video shows how the new iPhones will look like

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Last week, 9to5Mac revealed the "first look" of both the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED iPhones, rumoured to be called the iPhone XS.

However, the KeyBanc analysts just told investors "We expect the new LCD iPhone to price at a premium to the blended ASP for the iPhone 8/8+". The folks at Mysmartprice admit that these might not be a 100% accurate, so let's just enjoy them as someone's nicely fleshed-out idea of what Apple's next iPad might look like. A fully redesigned iPad Pro, with no bezels, is also expected to see the light of day.

The render also shows new antenna lines around the corners of the tablet which could help cellular reception for those models that take a SIM card.

The lack of notch would mean that Apple is likely to insert the Face ID camera at the top of the device, which was predicted by Bloomberg sources back in 2017.

There are also reports that Apple wasn't able to solve the problem of Face ID not working in landscape mode.

Apple has achieved this by removing the Home button from the tablet and switching to Face ID.

True to the CAD images, the supposed 11-inch iPad Pro was rendered with two sets of speakers arranged around the lightning port, which keeps its middle passion at the bottom of the iDevice. That location is important and could be the biggest drawback of the new iPad Pro 12.9. Apple Pencil support? There has been some talk about Apple adding support for its Apple Pencil stylus to the 6.5-inch version of the iPhone, however rumors surrounding the addition have seemed to cool off over the past couple of weeks.

You can use its serial number checker to see if your device qualifies for a free fix. In the middle of that same side is what appears to be another button, no one has an idea what that might be.