What to expect in Apple's September 10 event
Apple is readying the stage for its September 10 event where it would announce the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Along with the new flagship handsets, the tech giant is likely to unveil Apple Watches, new iPads and perhaps a 16-inch MacBook Pro, although the chances are bleak. Here's what you can expect from Apple, this time around.
About the new iPhone 11 series
Apple is set to launch iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max as the successors to the iPhone Xr, Xs, and Xs Max, respectively. The iPhone 11 trio will look like their predecessors with a wide display notch and an all-glass body. However, the new models are likely to feature upgraded cameras, USB Type-C port, and Apple Pencil support on the Pro variants.
Everything to know about the iPhone 11
As per leaks, the iPhone 11 will feature a 6.1-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 828x1792 pixels. It will also come with a 12MP dual rear-camera and a 12MP selfie camera. Under the hood, it'll pack an A13 Bionic Chipset and a 3,110mAh battery.
What to expect from the iPhone 11 Pro duo?
The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max will sport a 5.8 and 6.5-inch OLED displays with a full-HD+ resolution. Both models will offer a new 12MP triple-lens rear camera setup, a 12MP selfie snapper, and improved Face ID. They will also come with the same A13 processor, bigger batteries, reverse wireless charging, a more durable matte glass design, and better water resistance.
Apple Watch Series 5 or new Series 4 models?
On a related note, reputed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently claimed a new Apple Watch Series 5 is slated to launch in the second half of 2019. There haven't been any prominent leaks except for a reference to new titanium and ceramic watch cases. But it remains to be seen if these are simply new material for Series 4 or are Series 5 variants.
New iPads Pros and a 16-inch MacBook?
Meanwhile, Apple may surprise us with updated iPad Pro models that are tipped to feature iPhone 11 Pro-like triple rear camera and a new 10.2-inch LCD iPad with the same dual-lens camera unit as the lower-cost iPhone 11. The other highlight of the event could also be the 16-inch MacBook Pro that will feature a revamped design, QHD+ display, and the latest Intel chipset.