- The iPhone 11 will launch on September 10 and hit stores possibly on September 20
- It will be the first iPhone to run iOS 13 out of the box
- It’ll likely be the first iPhone to boast a triple-camera setup on the rear
- Apple’s new A13 chipset will power it
- It could potentially host the largest battery of any iPhone to date
- It could launch alongside an iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max – so there’ll be three models altogether
- 5G connectivity is unlikely to feature on any of this year’s iPhones
The iPhone 11 media launch is a expected September 10 2019. Not sure what to expect in terms of big improvements yet, only a better focus on the camera’s picture qualities and lenses. As for the design iPhone 11 will not dramatically change to the present Apple mobiles XR and XS.
So if you’re hoping for a true-upgraded handset, then you’re probably going to be disappointed. The front of the new iPhone 11 will remain the same as XR and XS versions, as only the back of the iPhone 11 will prove to be different as it may stock 3 lenses in a square layout.
What we’re not expecting this year: 5G in the new iPhone, all information present is no mentioning of 5G in iPhone 11 release 2019. The implementation of 5G is expected in 2020.
What we do expect this year:the new iPhones will run iOS 13, which we hope contains no more reported bugs
What will it cost? A fair question Apple being the most expensive mobile on the market. Pricing should not exceed last year’s iPhone XS ad Apple faces a 16% drop in mobile sales. Making iPhone 11 more expensive would not be a good marketing strategy.
The main change will be a major camera upgrade and we now fully expect three sensors on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max, and just two on the iPhone 11R – but with enhanced capabilities.
To me the most important feature of an Apple mobile is its camera quality. Images are good and provide enough details, but improvement is always my top priority for using a new model.