Apple iPhone 11 event: Timings, live streaming, and expected announcements
Apple is set to take the center stage on September 10 to announce the next batch of iPhones, and perhaps other devices like an upgraded Apple Watch, Apple TV, a new 16-inch MacBook and even a tracker called Apple Tags. Here's everything we expect Apple to announce during its keynote, and how you can watch all the action online.
Apple September 10 event: Launch timing and live streaming
Apple's special event will kick off on September 10 at 10 am PDT at the Steve Jobs Theater. And since not many will get to attend the event, you can watch the live-stream on Apple's website or via Apple Event app. In India, the event will go live at 10:30 pm on September 10.
All about iPhone 11 series
Of course, the biggest announcement would revolve around iPhones. Firstly, there will be a 6.1-inch LCD iPhone 11 with dual rear cameras, and an improved A13 chipset. The company will also unveil iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max as sequels to the iPhone Xs series. These models will feature the notched screens while sporting a new triple rear-camera system and updated internals.
Apple Watch Series 5 or Apple Watch Series 4.5?
Apple is also expected to update its Watch line-up. However, instead of launching a new Apple Watch Series 5, the tech giant may announce new titanium and ceramic models of the existing Series 4. We can also expect to see new straps, watch complications, and a Sleep Tracking feature that will track the quality of sleep by using built-in sensors and heart rate.
New Apple TV, Apple TV Plus and Apple Arcade
Apple may also announce a refreshed Apple TV with A12 chipset, considering references to the new model have been discovered in iOS 13. The company is also likely to reveal the pricing and availability details of its new online streaming service, Apple TV Plus. Apple may also fully launch its Apple Arcade subscription gaming service.
New Apple Tracker
Plenty of rumors and leaks have suggested that Apple is working on a Tile-like tracker and may introduce it as Apple Tags. The "tags" could be attached to personal belongings like bags, laptops, wallets, and so on in order to track their locations.
What else should you expect?
Alongside the aforementioned hardware and services, Apple may also announce a refreshed 10.2-inch iPad to replace the entry-level 9.7-inch model. We are also hopeful of seeing the rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro. Finally, Apple will share the release roadmap of iOS 13, macOS Catalina, watchOS 6, iPadOS, and tvOS 13 that were announced at the WWDC event in June.