Apple will unveil its latest iPhone models in September. The company sent out the invitations on Thursday for its next big product launch where it will reveal details about its newest devices and services.
As per the reports, the company is expected to launch the iPhone 11 series in the event. Apple will release three new iPhones including two Pro models with better cameras, faster processors and iOS 13. The event will be held on 10th September at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California.
The new Pro models will replace the OLED-screen iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max with minor upgrades as per the reports. CNN Business reports that Pro models will feature Apple’s first triple-camera system on the rear of the device. Also, the improved rear cameras on the Pro models reportedly will enable ultra-wide-angle photos and videos.
Apple will also introduce an iPhone model as a successor to its cheaper, LCD-screen iPhone XR, while the iPhone model replacing the iPhone XS will have a slightly bigger 6.1-inch display. The iPhones also might feature reverse wireless charging, enabling the handsets to charge AirPods and other devices. There are reports that Apple may introduce new titanium and ceramic cases for the Apple Watch.
Apple is expected to release Apple TV Plus and other services including the Apple Arcade video game service, Apple Watch Series 5 at the event. According to CNBC, the company is expected to provide final details and pricing on its streaming TV service, Apple TV+. Reportedly, Apple is considering charging $9.99 a month for the service. Apple did not provide any details other than saying that the streaming service will premiere in the fall.
Apple Arcade video game service, which was announced earlier in 2019, will provide unlimited access to select games for a monthly fee. The company is expected to launch many more products later this fall, including new 16-inch MacBook Pro, a new iPad and iPad Pro.
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