Apple formally announced the launch of iPhone 11 on Friday, September 10 at Cupertino, California’s Apple Park office. Apple’s recent iPhones, named iPhone 11, will be on the show. At least three fresh iPhones are anticipated to launch by the company to succeed iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max.
According to Hindustan Times reports, the fresh iPhones will deliver a number of changes over the previous. Just like every year the camera is said to receive a large improvement this time around. For example, a square camera module will be sporting in the recent iPhone 11, similar to the teased Pixel 4 from Google. To fit an extra ultra-wide angle sensor, the number of camera detectors will also be improved. The fresh iPhones will also provide stronger low-light pictures and capacities for video recording. The iPhone XR predecessor will be upgraded to provide optical zoom assistance with dual back cameras.
Other important upgrades include the inverse wireless charging function offered on their selected handsets by Huawei and Samsung. At least two designs will be offering OLED panel while one model will be offering LCD Retina Display, most probable the iPhone XR predecessor.
Apple will also enhance the technology for facial recognition on the latest iPhones, also known as FaceID. Improvements will also be made in the quality department. The Apple iPhone 11 series will launch with the A14 Bionic chip, which is probable to deliver intelligent machine learning and other device optimization skills.
One of the biggest rumours around the new iPhone series is the updated branding. Apple may do away with X and XS name tags and instead launch the new iPhones as iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
In addition to iPhones, it is anticipated that Apple will also unveil a fresh Apple Watch. Apple Watch ceramic and titanium versions were leaked prior to the opening case in September. The appearance and feel of Apple Watch’s titanium variant are said to be comparable to the Apple Card of the company. The fresh versions are reported to be a component of Apple Watch Series 5.