Apple iPhone 11 rumored to unveil on September 10

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The announcement date for the iPhone 11 is said to be found on the beta version of its new operating system. This news follows Apple’s release of iOS 13’s beta version to developers last August 15.

Within the seventh beta version of iOS 13, there is an asset labeled “HoldForRelease” that suggests the latest iPhone models could be announced on September 10. The image found in the systems files indicating the said date was first spotted by iHelpBR.

In 2018, just before the official event date for the iPhone was revealed, a similar leak happened to Apple. The leak indicated that the launch of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR would fall on September 12. The prediction proved to be correct.

Apart from the announcement date, there have been rumors that the newest iPhone line would be released on September 20. The president of Japan’s Softbank Ken Miyauchi implied that the new iPhones would be unveiled during the Apple keynote event on September 10, and they will be released to the market ten days after.

In the past four years, Apple has scheduled the release event in September. The Cupertino-based tech giant has been holding its iPhone event either on the second Tuesday or Wednesday of the month.

It is unlikely that Apple would be hosting the said event on September 11. This makes September 10 as the most probable date. If the rumor proves to be accurate, pre-ordering would most likely start on September 13, and shipping would begin a week after.

While Apple’s announcement is only a few weeks away, there have been leaks and tips regarding the names of the latest iPhones. According to phone case company, ESR, the newest phones would be called iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max.

With the growing anticipation for the release of the 2019 Apple iPhone models, the question of what these smartphones can offer is brewing. Apple has recently experienced a 12% decrease in iPhone sales, and it has reported a dip in its quarterly profit as well.

Its rivals — Samsung, Google, and Huawei — recently released their latest smartphones, and they are priced cheaper compared to Apple’s recently released iPhones. With these issues at hand, Apple is expected to deliver a product that can attract new customers and keep its current users.

According to analysts, they don’t see major changes in the iPhone 11. The more extensive changes would be happening in 2020. This might include features like 5G support and 120Hz OLED Retina display.

One of the biggest changes being anticipated with the release of iPhone 11 is its camera set-up. In a Bloomberg report made in January 2019, it seems Apple would be giving at least one of the 2019 iPhone models three rear-facing lenses. This feature would allow the phone to take greater and better wide-angle shots.

The iPhone 11 is rumored to come in four different colors — gold, white, black, and dark green. There are also reports saying that Apple will be dropping the 3D Touch feature this year. Apple might be incorporating a new Haptic Touch technology dubbed as “leap haptics.”

If your other Apple device is running out of battery, the iPhone 11 might be able to give it some juice through its bilateral charging feature. Similar to Samsung’s Galaxy 10 phones, and their ability to power the Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Buds, you can use the iPhone 11 to charge the 2019 Apple AirPods or other iPhones.

There is a prediction going around that the 2019 iPhone models would include larger batteries. This means that there is a possibility that their battery life would be much better compared to the older iPhone models.

When it comes to the phone display, Apple is likely offering another LCD phone this year. In last year’s release, the iPhone XR had an LCD display while the iPhone XS and XS Max had high-resolution OLED displays.

With last year’s iPhone releases, the smartphones were equipped with the highly-powerful A12 Bionic chip. Rumors are saying that the iPhone 11 might be powered by a processor that’s quite similar to the one found in the iPad Pros called the A12X. Apple could also be using the new A13 chip.

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