iPhone 11 predicted to launch on September 10, may feature A13 chipset and triple rear camera setup
According to 9to5mac, the Apple iPhone XI may be launched on the 10th of September. This is based on previous iPhone release trends. The Apple conference in 2015 happened on the 9th of September, 2016 on the 7th, 2017 on the 12th and last year’s conference was also on the 12th.
From what it seems, the dates all fall on either Tuesday or Wednesday on the second week of September. This year, Tuesday falls on the 10th of September and the 11th on Wednesday. However, it has been known that Apple avoids having conferences on the 11th of September as a sign of respect to the terrorist attack that happened years ago. As for the iPhone 11’s release date, it may be on the 13th of September which is the Friday of the launch date. Shipping may be on the following Friday, 20th September.
The iPhone XI is expected to be released in 3 models, the iPhone XI, the iPhone XI Max and the iPhone XR (2019). The designs should be relatively the same as before with a few major upgrades. It is said that the iPhone XI may be sporting a triple rear camera setup in a weird square arrangement. This time, the device may sport an ultrawide angle sensor. Also, we may be seeing reverse wireless charging on the device and tech specs that may include the A13 chipset, 4GB RAM, full screen fingerprint reader and 18W charging.
As for the price, it was mentioned that Apple prices may vary in different regions so we may be seeing a slight decrease in price for the devices. However, no official announcement has been made so make sure to lick this article with some salt. Would you be upgrading your device to an iPhone? Keep up with the latest Apple news on TechNave.com!