Apple has announced that it will officially announce its new 2018 iPhones next month, specifically on Sept. 12. However, a fresh new leak may have already revealed the design of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Plus and the Apple Watch Series 4.

Images of the iPhone XS, XS Plus and the new Apple Watch were accidentally leaked by Apple and they were shared exclusively by 9To5Mac. The same website also claimed that iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus will be the official names of the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED models. The image the publication shared shows the 5.8-inch model sitting on top of the 6.5-inch model.

Although the image doesn’t really provide a clear and complete look at the upcoming iPhone models, it does confirm a few details about the upcoming handsets. First off, both devices will have the same edge-to-edge display design that was introduced with the iPhone X last year. This also means that both models will have the notch on top of their display.

The image also shows that the iPhone XS and XS Plus will both be available in a new gold color option. Last year’s iPhone X was only available in black and silver color options. Apple planned to release a gold model, but it never reached the market. However, the gold-colored iPhone X did make an appearance at the FCC.

As for the 6.1-inch LCD 2018 iPhone, that model hasn’t been leaked by Apple. It’s being speculated that the 6.1-inch LCD model might be simply called “iPhone,” according to Phone Arena. The LCD model is expected to be the cheapest of the trio of new iPhones, but it will have the same edge-to-edge design and it will come with a notch. All three models are also expected to have support for Apple’s Face ID facial recognition feature.

In addition to the iPhone XS leak, 9To5Google was also able to share the leaked render for the Apple Watch Series 4. The new smartwatch comes with a bigger edge-to-edge display and it appears as though Apple was able to do this by reducing the size of the bezels. It also looks like Apple was able to slim down the chassis of the Apple Watch, but previously released watch bands should still be compatible, according to The Verge.

On the side, the Digital Crown and the Side Button have been given some modifications. The Side Button appears to be more recessed and right next to it appears to be a tiny hole for an additional microphone. It's being speculated that the new Side Button might not be clicky anymore and it might be a solid-state key. If true, then it may also improve the device’s water resistance.

The iPhone, iPhone XS, XS Plus and the Apple Watch Series 4 are expected to be officially announced on Sept. 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino.