Apple is scheduled to launch the next iPhone and other products on September 10, 2019. In addition to a new set of iPhone devices, Apple may announce augmented reality eyewear.
Every September, Apple unveils a new iPhone. The predictable event is met with much anticipation, as tech pundits speculate over possible products and features.
The September 10th event will be held in Apple’s new headquarters in Cupertino. It’s expected that Apple will unveil three new iPhones — the iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Max and the iPhone 11.
Some speculations suggest that Apple will drop the numerical suffix, bringing iPhone naming conventions in line with the Mac and other products. Instead of iPhone 11 Pro, we may see the device named iPhone Pro, with the year 2019 indicating the model. This is done with the Mac and iPad. There’s no MacBook 11. The version “number” is defined by the launch year.
The naming issue is small and insignificant, yet important to Apple. Beyond the name, the new iPhone is expected to have an even better camera than its predecessor. Rumors suggest that the high end iPhone Pro will come equipped with a three lens camera. The new third lens will be capable of taking ultra-wide-angle photographs.
The new processor is expected to feature system-on-chip technology, enhancing photo and video editing with speedy artificial intelligence algorithms. As with all A-series processors, it will be faster and more efficient than anything else on the market.
Unlike competitors, Apple is not expected to embrace 5g networks or foldable designs. The Cupertino company is well known to play it safe with new technologies.
Apple may do something surprising and risky. Some analysts expect that Apple will announce augmented reality eyewear for future release. These far-off products are intended to impress investors more than potential customers. There is some evidence in iOS 13 code that Apple has been working on augmented reality eyeglasses. This seems to be the most exciting prospect of the upcoming Apple event.