Its September, which means it’s time for Apple’s yearly iPhone event. With the iPhone X lineup to be updated and expanded to include a revised iPhone Xs, the introduction of the iPhone Xc or Xr, depending on the latest rumour, and the larger iPhone Xs Max, this year’s offerings will offer more on Apple’s drive to remove as much complexity from the device as possible to deliver an all screen experience. With the rumours of new iPads featuring a similar design, a slimmer Apple Watch, and possibly more Macs on the way, Apple is poised to make a lot of money in the latter half of 2018 with these products. Steve and Ben give a quick preview of the 2018 iPhone event and reflect on how their own requirements for tech have changed over the years, with the advent of the smartphone becoming a PC replacement.
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