At a glance: The major announcements from Apple's September 2018 keynote

Check out Apple's announcements at a glance!

Victor Barreiro Jr.

Published: 6:5 PM September 12, 2018

Updated: 8:0 AM September 13, 2018

MANILA, Philippines – Apple at an event in California on Wednesday, September 12 (September 13, Manila time), announced a slew of device upgrades, including Apple Watch Series 4 and the iPhone XS and XS Max.

Here's a running list of you can expect from the future of Apple, at a glance! 

Apple Watch Series 4

Dynamic watchfaces and new design and user interface

Digital crown with haptic feedback

35% larger screen size for the 40mm version

32% larger screen size for the 44mm version

Sports a 64-bit dual-core processor, which is up to two times faster

Louder speaker

APPLE WATCH SERIES 4. Image from Apple.
APPLE WATCH SERIES 4. Screen shot from livestream.

iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max

5.8-inch and 6.5-inch versions in the XS (said as Ten S) and XS Max

The iPhone XS, despite having a larger screen, is smaller than the 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus

Improved OLED HDR Display, with 458 pixels per inch (ppi)

1 million to 1 contrast ratio

Improved water resistance

Runs on the Apple A12 Bionic chip

Apple claims this is the industry's first 7-nanometer chip

8-core neural engine design, dedicated machine learning, multiprecision support, smart compute system

A12 Bionic neural engine processes 5 trillion operations per second

IPHONE XS. Image from Apple.
THE IPHONE XR. Screenshot from livestream

6.1-inch LCD "Liquid Retina" Display

Bigger display than an iPhone 8 Plus but smaller

Runs on the A12 bionic chip as with the XS and XS Max

Single-camera system: 12-MP wide-angle camera, as from XS and XS Max

90 minutes more battery life compared to iPhone 8 Plus

6 different finishes, aerospace-grade aluminum and durable glass

IP67 water and dust resistance

Starts at $749

Available on October 26

iOS 12

iOS 12 will arrive on September 17

HomePod and tvOS

HomePod and tvOS 12 will receive Atmos updates September 17

macOS Mojave 

macOS Mojave will become available September 24

Are you excited for these developments? Let us know in the comments!  –