iPhone 11 Will Be Unveiled On 10th September – Here Is What To Expect
Apple is holding a ‘by innovation only’ event on Tuesday, September 10, and the official invites have been sent already. During this event, Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 11 to the world. Apple has yet not said anything about the iPhone 11, but we have a good idea of what is about to come thanks to the leaks and rumors that are circulating online.
Most of the inside sources agree that we are about to receive three new iPhone; a successor to the iPhone XR, and successors to the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max that will be carrying the pro name. Other than the name ‘Pro’ we don’t know how exactly Apple is planning to name the 2019 iPhone range.
The two higher-end iPhones will most likely feature triple-lens cameras. The extra lens will allow for enhanced zoom and field of view. There is also talk about special photography tricks such as combining different pictures together. There are also rumors about video recording getting a decent upgrade using features such as real-time filtering and cropping. The rumors about the iPhone 11 featuring an A13 chip are most likely true since Apple gives its iPhones a processor enhancement every year. We will have to wait and see about the RAM though.
We are not expecting a lot of changes in terms of the design of the phones other than the rear camera array on the Pro models. The front notches will remain in place although we have heard that Face ID might undergo improvement so that it can be used from any angle possible. There are also some great rumors going on about the reversible wireless charging – something that we have already seen on Galaxy phones this year. The feature will allow you to charge your AirPods among other gadgets by placing them on the back of your iPhones.
The handsets will be running iOS 13 and will come with all of the new features of the OS. As for the rest and final features, we all will have to wait until September 10.