Why Apple didn’t use the timeline UI design style in its new iPhone XS and XS Max cases

UPDATED: 11:10 p.m.

ET Aug. 30, 2018 — 6:52 p.meters, 9:55 a.m.: Apple on Wednesday morning unveiled the newest iPhones in its lineup, the iPhone X and Xs Max, and its latest flagship, the next-generation iPhone X.

Apple used a very different design approach to the iPhone’s predecessors in the new phones, which will be launched at the end of this month.

Its new design focuses on more than just the form factor of the phone, with the screen size and physical dimensions varying from the iPhone 6 to iPhone X to the next iPhone.

The design language for the new iPhones was introduced by Apple in a keynote speech, in which the company outlined a new direction for its mobile business.

Its previous iPhone, the original iPhone, was built around a traditional smartphone design that included a flat-screen display and a rounded-edge design that made the phone feel more like a tablet.

Apple’s new iPhones use a new style called the ‘X-shaped’ design, which Apple says emphasizes the physical size of the device and its overall design.

This design is much less flat-lined than the previous iPhone designs and uses a “sloped” shape to increase the screen’s width.

The design for the iPhone has been in development for a number of years, and Apple says that it has been refined and refined by the design team at Apple.

The company says the new iPhone will offer a more refined and premium look, a more cohesive design that is “fully functional, intuitive and attractive.”

The iPhone X will be available in both black and silver.

The iPhone X Plus will also be available, but will only be available with a silver or black color.

Apple says the company has received feedback from consumers and is “excited” about the new design.

“I think the iPhone 8 was the best smartphone we have ever built,” said Anthony LeBlanc, vice president of Apple Design, in a statement.

“It’s a phone that looks great on every aspect.

I think the design for this year’s iPhone X is going to be really cool.”

The company also says the X is designed to look more like an iPad than a smartphone.

The screen will be flat, with a thin edge, and it will have a curved screen that curves around the display and to the edges of the screen.

Apple also says that the design of the X, and of the next generation iPhone X, is “complete.”

The new iPhones, and the new style that Apple uses for them, is a departure from the previous design that was a flat display and rounded-edged design.

The new design will come with a number in the top and bottom corners of the iPhone, a new rounded border around the edges, and a new shape that has the screen in a “X-shape” or a “Sloped-Sideways” shape.

The rounded border is the new shape of the border between the screen and the iPhone case.

The new X design also includes a new curved, rounded edge around the edge of the display.

This edge is called the “edge stripe.”

The screen is curved, and not flat.

The sides of the handset are curved, too.

The top and back of the case have a new, curved top and side, as well as a new edge that curves to the edge.

The display also has a new “edge strip” at the top of the frame, which has a curved, squared-off edge.

In an interview with The Verge, LeBlanct says the phone will have four different color options: black, silver, rose gold, and rose gold.

The X Plus is expected to have a gold color, while the iPhone 9 will have silver.

Apple is also adding a “red” color option.

The phone will be released at a price of $699 for the 64GB model and $899 for the 128GB model.

The phone will also include a 5-inch Super Retina display with a resolution of 1080p, with 256 colors.

The 5- and 6-inch displays will be identical to the 5.5-inch models.

The iPhone will be the first iPhone to use the new Apple Pencil stylus, which was first announced at Apple’s WWDC event in June.

Apple’s new Pencil allows users to draw on the screen using their fingers instead of traditional pencils, and in some cases, Apple says, you’ll be able to draw directly on the display without touching the screen at all.

The Pencil is not available for all iPhone models.

For more on Apple’s announcement, watch the video above.