9to5Mac picked up both images. Taking a look at the Apple Watch first, the most prominent change seems to lie not with Series 4 hardware, but with watchOS 5. The new watchface pictured here contains eight complications or information modules: four in the center aligned in the cardinal directions and four in the negative space outside of the analog clock.
Less apparent in this image, is an edge-to-edge display — 15 percent larger than previous Watch generations — that will probably look pretty good in colorful apps.
To the iPhone XS and the very catching copper-ish gold. Apple had been tracked applying for RF certification for such a version of the iPhone X, but we’ve yet to see anything come from that publicly.
As for the iPhone XS name, that was first suggested by this leak from MobileFun. And as another recent rumor brought up, 9to5 affirmed that both 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch sizes would be called “iPhone XS,” no “Plus” involved.
Apple has scheduled an event for September 12.