Apple's iPhone 11 Event Is Expected To Be Held On September 11

Apple's iPhone 11 Event Is Expected To Be Held On September 11

Last year, the date on this asset was September 12 and interestingly, Apple held its iPhone event on the same date. Credit here go to the folks over at iHelp BR, a website which a year ago, stumbled upon the iPhone XS Max hidden in an iOS 12 Beta. If true, then the company is going to debut the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max or whatever they're going to be called on September 10.

Apple revealed the iPhone XS at a similar event on September 12, 2018. The new phones are expected to join Apple's lineup this fall, replacing the iPhone XS and XS Max.

Earlier this week, Apple released its latest iOS 13 beta with a rather interesting tell: a calendar icon with a static date of September 10. This time around, an Israeli-based camera technology company Corephotonics has filed a lawsuit against Apple claiming that the technology on the U.S. company's current dual-camera packing iPhones infringes several of its patents. The entry-level iPhone 11 will sport a dual-lens rear camera in that big square bump, while the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max will feature a triple-lens camera. In addition to black, silver, and gold, the iPhone 11 (or iPhone Pro) will reportedly come in a dark green color.


Now, there's also another set of images with the date of 23 Septemeber, which people are speculating is the launch date of iOS 13.

So here's what we know so far about the impending iPhone 11 release: Apple will likely introduce its new iPhone models on Tuesday, September 10. If the reports are accurate, then it means Apple could be planning an iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

Twitter userCoinX also hinted recentlythat Apple may opt for the iPhone 11 Pro naming this year.


Originally discovered by iHelpBR, the new leak is the clearest indicator yet that Apple is planning to host the event on September 10.

Apple did not shy away from the "issue", as they confirmed that this feature was already on the current iPhone series since previous year. Apple already hit a dead end for iPhone names past year, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max name would certainly be stretching naming conventions way beyond the norm.


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