New iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11R and 11 Max

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Apple will unveil its next-generation iPhone on Tuesday in Cupertino, California. 10 a.m. PDT

You can watch it live here: https://www.youtube.com/user/Apple



Three new models are rumored to be unveiled -- the iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11R and iPhone 11 Max

Prices:

iPhone 11 Pro Max:
6.5-inch OLED display, 12-megapixel camera

512GB: $1,299
256GB: $1,199
128GB: $1,099
Release date: 20 September

iPhone 11 Pro:
5.8-inch OLED display, 12-megapixel camera

512GB: $1,199
256GB: $1,099
128GB: $999
Release date: 20 September

iPhone 11:
6.1-inch LCD display, 12-megapixel camera

256GB: $899
128GB: $799
64GB: $749

Rumor: Three rear-facing cameras for the 2019 iPhone

Rumor: Bilateral charging coming to the iPhone 11

The biggest change coming to this year's iPhone will likely be the camera setup.

Almost definite: The 2019 iPhone won't support 5G

New mute button: Apart from the redesigned rear camera, the iPhone 11 is expected to closely resemble the iPhone XS, with a virtually identical steel-and-glass design and similar notches, bezels, connectors and buttons. One of the few departures we've heard about is a tweaked mute button on the side of the phone. According to renders published by OnLeaks on CashKaro, a smaller circular button will replace the elongated pill-shaped sliding button on the current model.

Starting in 2020, the company will stop using Intel chips in its Macs in favor of custom ARM-based processors. This will let developers create a single version of their apps, starting sometime. 

In 2021, which will work across Apple's various operating systems on the iPhone, iPad and Mac, according to Bloomberg and Axios. 

Whatever the new features, it will sure be an event with many interested in purchasing one.




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