iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, Apple Watch 4: Everything Apple just announced
This year's launch event unveiled pricey new iPhones, while the new Apple Watch Series 4 takes on some serious health monitoring.
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Welcome to the 2018 Apple September launch event, where the company delivered the long-awaited (well, since this time last year) details on its new iPhones, the flagship iPhone XS Max, its little buddy the iPhone XS and a mainstream replacement for the iPhone X, the iPhone XR. Plus, the Apple Watch Series 4 goes all-in on health with a built-in EKG and more.