The rumours were true - Apple's got three new iPhones on the way, and you can get your hands on them from September 14th.
First off, there's the iPhone XS (pronounced ten-ess) and iPhone XS Max, a more advanced version of last year's X. It has a new, tougher 5.8-inch or 6.5-inch screen depending on your taste and has HDR capability for taking photos and watching videos. That bigger screen is the largest iPhone Apple has made yet.
Both phones are powered by the new A12 Bionic processor, which is apparently the first 7 nanometre chip. Basically, it's faster and more efficient than previous processors, so everything will run faster.
The phones also have longer batteries - the XS can get you thirty minutes longer than the X, while the XS Max will get you up to an hour and a half longer than the X. They'll also have dual SIM technology, at long last.
The third iPhone revealed is the iPhone XR (ten-arrr), which has a new "Liquid Retina" LCD display with a 6.1-inch screen and comes in lots of pretty colours. It's essentially what the iPhone SE was to previous devices, except with some of the boosts from the iPhone X, and the A12 Bionic chip from the newer devices.
The XR comes in six finishes, with 64GB, 128GB, or 256GB starting at $749. You can order it on October 19th, and they ship October 26th.
The XS starts at $999, while the XS Max starts at $1099. Both of those come in 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB sizes - you can order them from September 14th, and they'll start shipping on September 21st.