Apple shares: what to expect from the latest iPhone 11 launch

Yolanda Curtis
September 10, 2019

As Apple has done in prior years, the media and analysts have predicted that the tech giant will reveal three new iPhone 11 models, including an improved "pro" model. As per usual, he didn't provide any other details, so all we have is the photo itself and a vague note about it not being special.

According to Life Hacker, there are rumors that the new phones will include the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Max.

Mr. White has been behind dozens of leaks over the past few years, frequently showcasing prototype models of Apple devices on Twitter.

As Daniel Ives also pointed out in the video above, we can likely expect news on Apple's "AirPods 3", given that we are moving closer to the holiday season.

Apple set to unveil three iPhone variants, new Watch models and more

Apple has scheduled a hardware event taking place tomorrow, September 10, at its Cupertino campus.

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For example, in 2009 Apple reported iPhone and related products and services sales of $13.0bn.

'You have an opportunity to really bring value to the hardware with services, ' Milanesi said.


Apple recently released a smartphone-generation credit card in the U.S. and is keen to launch its TV+ streaming service before Disney goes live with a rival service in November.

As well as all the hardware upgrades, Apple's iPhone launch could come with plenty of news about its upcoming TV streaming service, Apple TV+.

The company also plans to launch a new game subscription service called Apple Arcade by the end of this year.

Some of those accessories could also get upgrades on Tuesday.


As the iPhone maker refines its handsets, other makers are pushing into new areas such as 5G devices and folding smartphones.

About a third of the 900 million iPhone users around the world are in an upgrade 'window, ' meaning a strong potential for handset sales, according to Ives.

A day before Apple is expected to unveil new iPhone 11 odels, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has published a new report on what you can expect from the new handsets, including a lack of support for Apple Pencil input.

It was declared the new device could be created to help Apple gain competitive ground in markets that are more sensitive to price.


"Apple needs Chinese consumers to treat the iPhone as a preferred premium brand at a tricky geopolitical moment", Greengart said.

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