Most of what was discussed for months now on the 2019 iPhone models will be confirmed or proved wrong on September 10. That is the date fixed by Apple to unveil its latest iPhones expected to be called the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and the iPhone 11 R. The event to be held at the company’s Cupertino complex is in line with the September date that the company sticks to for the annual launch function. Here are the highlights of what one can expect.
Focus on the New A13 Chipset
The significance of Apple’s launch events is that many of the hardware and software are unique to the company. Unlike the Android phones where you will have some inputs on the OS which comes from Google and the processor, which would be from Qualcomm, Apple’s hardware and software are proprietary. The company does share a lot of information on these, like the iOS 13 which may be unveiled at the September 10 event has been around in the beta version for some time. The other important focus will be on the new chipset, A13 that will be fitted on the new iPhones. What additional capabilities the chipset brings to the table will be awaited with bated breath.
The Camera Section Too Would be Interesting
One of the features to be intensely debated in the past few months has been the triple camera setup that the new iPhones will be equipped with. There is that square bump in the rear panel seen in the leaked renders and the 3D ToF sensor in the rear (if true) will undoubtedly place the 2019 iPhones in a different league. It is highly likely that the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Max will have higher-end specs including the OLED panels, while the iPhone 11 R may continue with the LCD panel.
One disappointment that the Apple fans will continue to have is the absence of a 5G phone from the company. The service with blistering speeds has been launched in the US, though in limited cities. However, the iPhone users will have to wait till 2020 for a 5G iPhone.
Apple has had reverses with the smartphone sales dipping through successive quarters the past year. The company has managed to post higher revenues, however, on the back of better Apple Watch sales and through revenue from offering services, etc.
All eyes will be on the September 10 event at the Steve Jobs Theater, Cupertino.