Everyone rumored about the upcoming iPhone 11 release event but now we have real facts: Apple has scheduled the launch of the new iPhone 11 for September 10, at the Steve Jobs Amphitheater, based in Cupertino, California.
Yesterday, the company officially sent the invitations to the event, and “innovation” seems to be the key word.
As market information shows, fans are expecting three new models, one successor to each of the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR. The “offspring” of XS and XS Max could be called iPhone Pro and should have three cameras on the back, while the model that comes after the XR should only have two. The selfie camera, however, may not have the option of slow motion video recording at 120 frames per second.
On the screen, we should not expect a revolution, write journalists at GSM Arena. In fact, all three expected models should maintain the size and resolution of the latest Apple smartphones. They could even retain the Lightning port without switching to USB-C.
In terms of performance, we should be mentioned the A13 processor that will be implemented on the new phones, as well as the Haptic Touch functionality that would replace 3D Touch.
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