iPhone 11 finally gets a release date

Apple has finally announced the release date of the iPhone 11 and it’s going to be on September 10.

At 10AM PT in the Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino, California, the company will unveil its newest devices and services.

Prior to its launch, details about the iPhone 11’s specs have been circulating since the past month. Leaks show that the 11’s design stays faithful to its predecessor’s.

A few of the new features the new smartphone are rumored to have include a triple camera setup, A13 chip, and wireless power sharing (similar to Samsung’s). This could mean the 11 could charge the AirPods’ charging case.

Furthermore, tech websites like The Verge and CNET say that rumors suggest that we’ll see three models of the iPhone 11. The new phones will replace the budget XR, XS, and XS Max.

Along with the latest iPhone, Apple will also introduce a new Apple Watch, 16-inch MacBook Pro, iPad, and iPad Pro.

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