Apple Inc will launch the new generation of iPhones on September 10 -- 10:30 pm IST -- at the Steve Jobs Theatre in California. Apple CEO Tim Cook is scheduled to take the lid off three new models of iPhones. There will be iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
The company is also set to launch upgrades to its Apple Watch series, Apple TV Plus and Apple Arcade service. Here is what we are expecting from the big launch event -- specifications, details and everything.
iPhone 11 expected specification
According to reports, iPhone 11 will sport a 6.1 display while the iPhone 11 pro will come with a 6.5-inch display. iPhone 11 replacing last year's iPhone XR will get a LED display while the higher variants come with OLED display
The biggest change in the latest iPhones will be the camera set-up. Apple is expected to come up with a triple-camera setup, and leaked images floating on the internet have been indicating more and more towards it. The higher variants of the iPhone 11 are expected to get the triple camera set-up while the base iPhone 11 will still come up with a dual-camera set-up.
Apple has planned to reverse the wireless charging technology. The company dropped its plans of the AirPower charging mat after it failed to meet expectations. iPhone 11 Pro could get a USB C fast charger while other variants are expected to get a 5W traditional iPhone charger.
The new iPhones will be powered by A13 chip and 4 GB of RAM and come with iOS 13. 5G connectivity will be supported on the device. The company also plans to introduce Haptic touch (already available on iPhone XR) to the new iPhone 11 variants.
Alleged next iPhone case moldings show what we discussed in our story last week in terms of new cameras. 3 on the high end, 2 on the new XR. Plus all models apparently getting a square, at least based on this one mold floating around. https://t.co/BhAFTZZL6u pic.twitter.com/QlNJTsApzX— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) May 13, 2019
Apart from the new iPhones, Apple is expected to launch Apple Watch 5 at the launch event and rumours also suggest an introduction to the new MacBook Pro. The pre-orders for Apple products start as soon as they are launched and in this case, the pre-orders will begin from Friday, September 13, for customers to book their all-new Apple devices.