Which iPhone will be released in 2019. iPhone is the most popular product of Apple, which each year attracted the attention of a huge number of people around the world. What models of iPhone expect
Which iPhone will be released in 2019.
iPhone is the most popular product of Apple, which each year attracted the attention of a huge number of people around the world. What models of iPhone expect from Apple in 2019 and when exactly they will be released? Well-known analyst gave the final answer to these questions.
When will the iPhone 2019
iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R will be presented in the first half of September 2019. This was reported by respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, which is traditionally every year right reveals Apple’s plans for new devices.
But with the date of start of sales of the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R expert I’m not sure yet. In the past two years, Apple starts selling its new smartphones in an unusual way. In 2017, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus went on sale in September, and iPhone X in November. In 2018 the iPhone XS and XS Max iPhone became available for purchase in September, and iPhone XR only at the end of October.
It is not excluded that some kind of similar scheme to the launch of new iPhone Apple will apply this year. But what we can be sure of is that at least one new iPhone model will go on sale in the second half of September 2019.
With regard to the main features of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11, iPhone Max and 11R, then it too is a certainty. The analyst expects:
- iPhone 11 with a 5.8-inch OLED display and dual camera,
- iPhone 11 Max with 6.5 inch OLED display and a triple camera
- iPhone 11R with a 6.1-inch LCD display and dual camera.
The display sizes of the new iPhone will not be different from the current flagship models, but all other features should be greatly improved. The new iPhone is expected a new processor, increased memory, improved camera, fast wireless charging and many other features. Read more about all the authentic leaks about the new iPhone you can find in this article.
Source: 9to5Mac, MR.