We will get our first official look at the iPhone 11 in less than a month. Apple has confirmed its next keynote event where it will unveil the next model of the iPhone. The keynote will take place on Tuesday, September 10 at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California.
The event will kickoff at 1:00 p.m. ET.
Previously rumors have indicated the new iPhone 11 models could hit the shelves on September 20, though that has yet to be confirmed. Models are expected to include the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11R, and iPhone 11 MAX.
Invitations for the keynote were sent out on Thursday, August 29.
Apple event invites are out.
September 10th at Steve Jobs Theater. pic.twitter.com/MemU9ajbPH
— Neil Cybart (@neilcybart) August 29, 2019
Rumors suggest that some of the iPhone models could feature three rear-facing cameras.
“The Left image shows a potential leak of the rumored 2019 iPhone 11,” tech YouTuber Arun Maini wrote. “But to be honest: I think it kind of sucks, so on the right is a concept we made instead, borrowing elements from the new iPad Pro, as well as MacBooks.”
The Left image shows a potential leak of the rumoured 2019 iPhone X1…but to be honest…I think it kind of sucks, so on the right is a concept we made instead, borrowing elements from the new iPad Pro, as well as MacBooks
Which one do you prefer?
❤️ = Original Leak
🔁 = V2.0 pic.twitter.com/636Dg432Kt
— Arun Maini (@Mrwhosetheboss) January 13, 2019
In addition, after killing the AirPower wireless charging mat, it looks like Apple could finally be bringing bilateral charging with the iPhone 11. According to 9to5Mac, users may be able to share iPhone battery with other iPhones and AirPods with its wireless charging case.
“Bilateral wireless charging on the 2019 iPhones would allow you to charge other devices wirelessly through your iPhone, which means AirPods 2 could be charged through your iPhone,” the report reads.
In typical Apple fashion, we should also expect to see new devices like the iWatch, iPad, MacBook, and potentially even a release date for macOS 10.15 Catalina.
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