Apple could launch the next generation iPhones on September 10. The company just launched iOS 13 to all registered developers. Apart from new features and updates, it also features a code that reveals the launch date of iPhone 11.
The date matches with the previous launch dates for iPhones. The company usually launches the iPhone in the second week of September, on a Tuesday or Wednesday, but it avoids 11 September because of the connotations of that date.
The launch date was first discovered by a blog site iHelp BR. The iOS 13 included a screenshot file having a launch date of the upcoming smartphone. The file is titled “HoldForRelease” and shows the calendar with the date set to 10 September. The site shared the screen in last year as well with the date September 12, the same date when Apple launched its three new iPhones (iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max) in 2018.
According to a series of previous leaks, Apple’s next iPhone will boast a few key component upgrades like a 3x telephoto lens and massively upgraded 4,000 mAh battery with 15-watt. The report also claims that the upcoming iPhone will feature three rear cameras, with one sensor capturing 10 megapixels, a second capturing 14 megapixels, and the third with unknown resolution.
Apple is expected to announce the date of the launch event in the next week or two.
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