Apple’s own website has leaked plenty of information about the company’s upcoming iPhones due for unveiling later today. The leak originates from the sitemap of Apple’s website which the company was preparing to update post its event later today.
Firstly, the sitemap finally confirms what Apple will be calling its 2018 iPhones. The 5.8-inch OLED iPhone will be officially called the iPhone Xs, with its bigger 6.5-inch OLED sibling being called iPhone Xs Max. Finally, the leak confirms the budget 6.1-inch LCD iPhone will be called iPhone Xr and not iPhone Xc as previous leaks had claimed.
The sitemap also confirms that Apple will be offering the OLED iPhones in three different storage capacities: 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB. Apple will be offering these two iPhones in three colors: Space Gray, Silver, and Gold. As for the iPhone Xr, it will be available in 64GB and 256GB storage variants. It will be available in a bunch of colors including Black, White, Blue, Red, Yellow, and Coral.
Apple has already taken down its sitemap, though Allthings managed to grab screenshots of the sitemap which reveals all the information. The sitemap also points to Apple updating AppleCare for its new iPhones to include theft and loss protection and launching a bunch of new silicone cases in Black, White, Midnight Blue, Stone, Taupe, Saddle Brown, and other colors.