Apple is due to launch its new series of iPhone phones within days. | Source: Photo by Josh Edelson / AFP
Apple is all set to hold an event on Sept. 10 where it will display its 2019 iPhone models. Cupertino is also expected to make other important announcements regarding its video and game streaming services.
It’s official, Apple’s next big event is happening Sept. 10 https://t.co/FdSJD3f5Ge
— CNET (@CNET) August 29, 2019
But all eyes will be on what Tim Cook has to say about the features and pricing of the new iPhone generation. After all, the device supplies almost half of Apple’s total revenue and it has been down in the dumps for the past few quarters. But going by the leaks and rumors, don’t be surprised if the event turns out to be a dud.
Don’t expect any major iPhone innovation from Apple
One of the reasons why Apple’s iPhone sales have plunged of late is because the company has stopped being innovative.
The iPhone launch event has introduced us to some really nice innovations in the past – retina display, 64-bit processor, multitouch, 3D touch, Touch ID – but that’s not going to be the case this time as Apple will be playing catch-up to rivals such as Samsung and Huawei.
Consider this a cheat sheet to everything iPhone 11 and Apple Watch 5: The final rumors before the September 10th event- CNET https://t.co/kQT3I7kPq1
— Vane Hand Orellana (@VaneHand) September 1, 2019
A round-up of the iPhone rumors suggests that Apple will put three cameras at the back of its pricier models.