iPhone 11

Apple to Launch New iPhone This September

It’s very likely that we will be witnessing the launch of the brand new iPhone 11 this year in September. With Apple’s tendency to introduce a new product every year, this iPhone would be the big release for 2019. However, there has been no official news from Apple (AAPL) about this. There are a number of reports about the new iPhone features, but these are all just rumors as of now.

The new iPhone is likely to be very similar to the previous version, that is, iPhone X. AAPL is expected to release three phones simultaneously as they did last year, which are to follow the basic designs of iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. It is also speculated that AAPL might also release the series 5 of Apple watch along with the phones.

The screen of the iPhone is predicted to be larger and possibly even an edge-less screen with OLED display. The processor will move up from the current A12 Bionic chip to probably a much faster and more powerful A13 chip.

The triple camera apparatus at the rear of the device will give a wide angle of display and highly detailed photos and videos. Another rumor is that the new iPhone will have a system for sharing its battery with other apple devices like the Apple watch and the AirPods.

The release date of the 2019 iPhone is not official yet, but according to a recent news, Apple partner Ken Miyauchi accidently disclosed the launch date of iPhone 11. The president of SoftBank, a Japanese multinational company, stated in a report that the company will be bringing a new telecommunications business law into effect on 1st October, 2019 which would give them 10 days’ time after the launch of iPhone. This revealed the probable launch date of the new iPhone, which is expected to be on 20th September, 2019. This news is not surprising, since Apple usually releases the new products somewhere around this time every year.

Daniela is America News Hour journalist and an expert in Finance, agricultural investments, economics, financial markets, new media, international relations & politics. Daniela has been a writer and editor for the past 11 years. She started out as a freelance content writer. Today, her articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the CNET, Engadget, BuzzFeed and many more.

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