Apple’s next big event is all set to take place at Apple Park on Tuesday, September 10. However, just before 10 days from the launch event, the specifications and prices of all upcoming iPhone models are leaked on a Chinese tech news website. As per the leaked information, the iPhones of 2019 will be named iPhone 11, Phone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Max.
All the 3 models are said to be powered by Apple’s A13 chip, Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, will support Face ID and also two-sided remote charging.
Aside from the new iPhones, Apple Watch Series 5 is additionally expected to get launched at the event. While other hardware has also been discussed, we expect Apple to hold a different event for devices, for example, the new MacBooks and iPads, later in 2019.
Also, as per the rumors, the Pro and Pro Max model are expected to have 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED screens size, respectively. Both are expected to support Apple Pencil, and a 12-megapixel front camera. The phones are additionally expected to have 12-megapixel triple back camera setups.
While iPhone 11 Pro is expected to have a 3,190mAh battery and will cost around $999, the iPhone 11 Pro Max can have a 3,500mAh battery, and its early on cost may start at $1,099.
iPhone 11 model is expected to be the least expensive model out of all three that are expected to launch on September 10 with a 6.1-inch LCD screen, 3,110mAh battery, and 4GB RAM. It may also have a dual-camera set-up on the back, which will be an improvement on the prior model. However, it will not be compatible with the Apple Pencil.
The official launch invite is showing a multi-shaded Apple logo in green, yellow, blue, red & purple. No doubt, aside from the standard silver, white, rose gold, spray grey and black, the iPhone 11 might be accessible in green and purple as well, in an intriguing takeoff from tradition.
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