iPhone Xi and iPhone Xi pro
Apple supporters are counting the days before the large release of their new iPhone, which will arrive on September 10th and could see a triple phone launch and a bunch of upgrades.
The fresh release of the smartphone, which is supposed to be iPhone Xi, will see three fresh models. According to the recent rumors, the first iPhone11 Pro (or XI Pro) could be seen, a bigger Max model and a lower model, which could actually be called the iPhone 11 or the iPhone 11 R.
While there's plenty of speculation about naming, we understand the new iPhone will come with a brand-new triple lens camera, a "haptic touch" feature, and a few new colors.
It arrives one year after Apple introduced the iPhone XS, and two years after its last radical redesign of the iPhone X model.
However, fans waiting for an iPhone 5 G are likely to be disappointed. According to the latest reports, Apple is holding back until three 5 G phones are launched in 2020.
Apple is hoping that its fresh designs will win over fans as smartphone sales have stalled in the midst of a worldwide slowdown. At its case in Cupertino, California, the firm was also able to demonstrate off freshiOS 13 software and its scheduled pay-per-view TV streaming app.
Other products, including a refreshed iPad Pro, an iPad with a bigger screen, fresh Apple Watch models and a fresh MacBook Pro, could all be revealed over the next few months.
Here's what we understand so far about the upcoming Apple smartphone.
When's the iPhone 11 coming out?
Apple invited media to the case on Tuesday, September 10 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time (6 p.m. BST) at the Steve Jobs Theater, a devoted venue at its Silicon Valley headquarters, where the last two iPhone launches were held.
The invitation is labeled "Only By Innovation" with the Apple logo accompanying it, which recalls the company's ancient multicolored logo.
Apple's graphics for the iPhone 11 case on September 10th
The iPhone invites have often received a cryptic message. In this case, the colors are most likely to be the type choices for the different line-up.
As for its launch, iPhones typically go on sale on Friday after the launch case, suggesting that they will be accessible on Friday, September 20.
What's the iPhone 11 going to look like?
The new iPhone is expected to have a 5.8-inch display, similar to the iPhone XS but with narrower sides, meaning that the screen should fill even more of the front of the phone.
The phone will have an OLED screen that can deliver deeper blacks on the premium iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max models. The LCD screen design is still anticipated to use a cheaper model.
It is feasible that the fresh designs will be smaller and lighter as well.
Three fresh iPhones, huh?
Apple is claimed to be preparing to release the iPhone 11 alongside the iPhone 11 Max and the iPhone XR 2 (sometimes called the 11 R), the latter being the cheapest model. It will be the following year that Apple has introduced a triple header for smartphones at its September case.
Is the iPhone 11 Pro?
As normal, naming fresh devices has resulted to a lot of speculation. After Apple decided to go with its iPhone X (or 10) call convention and then the iPhone Xs, observers expect the fresh devices to have some iPhone 11 (or XI) change of name.
However, several reports, including from internet leakers and Bloomberg, indicate that Apple might add the Pro version for the first time, adding the branding it used its MacBook series and iPads to relate to heavy iPhone consumers. If this is the case, we may be in line for iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, and iPhone 11 R.
How much does the iPhone 11 cost?
Apple's sales seem to have been falling lately, so raising their prices is a danger if they want to stay competitive. The cost of the iPhone 11 is currently unknown but is likely to cost around £ 999 in the UK, a price comparable to that of the iPhone XS.
iPhone 11 main features and rumours specs Will iPhone 11 have 5 G?
Notwithstanding rivals launching 5 G technology that can offer download speeds around 10 and 100 times quicker than 4 G, Apple's latest iPhones seem to stick to 4th Generation (4 G) modems.
New 5 G network technology is anticipated to become increasingly essential as consumers download and broadcast more movies and games.
Apple was planning to use Intel's 5 G chips, which were not instantly accessible and left the iPhone-maker stagnating behind the competitors.
Earlier this year, Apple resolved a contract dispute with Qualcomm, the main supplier of 5 G modem chips to smartphone manufacturers, releasing businesses to work together again. Analysts expect that Apple will now use Qualcomm modems on its 5 G devices, but not until 2020.
According to a report by TF Global Securities, Apple can launch three iPhones in 2020, which are all expected to come with 5 G chip technology.