02.09 2019 16:37h


While the unveiling event will take place on Sep 10 "leaked" information is already being shared online
Not an actual image of the new iPhone 11
Not an actual image of the new iPhone 11

It’s that time of year again, ladies and gentlemen.

Apple will soon reveal its newest iPhone models, and tech fans around the world can’t stop speculating what to expect.

According to Business Insider “. . . last week, the tech giant sent out media invites for an event on Sep 10, which will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater at its Apple Park campus.”

“Apple's next iPhone, which is expected to be called the iPhone 11 or iPhone Pro, will reportedly come with a new triple-lens camera system for taking ultra-wide-angle photos similar to Samsung's new smartphones,” Business Insider writes.

“It may also come with a feature for wirelessly charging accessories like the Apple Watch and AirPods by resting them on the back of the iPhone. . . “

While the new iPhone 11 won’t be 5G compatible, it will apparently have a better night mode “as leaked specs indicate” and “. . . three cameras in a square bump arrangement which will have a telephoto lens, a wide angle and a super wide angle,” according to ITP.net.

Apple Watch fans can also expect to see a new model unveiled at the event.

Interested to know more about all the leaked iPhone 11 specs? The Next Web has listed all of them here.

Curious to know more about what goes down at an iPhone “unveiling” event? Tech reviewer EMKWAN was lucky enough to attend last year. Check out his vlog below.

What are your thoughts? Let us know in the commens below.

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