Published: Tue, September 10, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

IPhone 11 launch: Final leaks before the official launch

IPhone 11 launch: Final leaks before the official launch

The iPhone XS was rather similar to the iPhone X before it, and once again we're expecting mainly incremental upgrades, focused largely on the phones' cameras, rather than anything particularly new or innovative - but this is Apple, so you never know.

Even so, the iPhone remains a significant technological achievement, one that is arguably responsible for unleashing a new wave of app-based technological advancements.

Apple's share price has also continued to perform well in spite of these slowing sales, rising 35% year-to-date.

The new iPhone 11 launch event is almost here, and we're just hours away from hearing everything about Apple's next smartphones.

Apple's fall event will take place at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino on Tuesday, September 10. The iPhone 11 will have to introduce some improvements to how Apple handles low-light images if this new phone is to keep pace with what's already available, let alone surpass the best camera phones. We may also get up update on the content-side of things from Apple's services business.

This would be a new change in the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max as it is touted to come packed with new triple camera.

These two features were expected to be important selling points as the iPhone 11 leaks seemed to lack anything substantial especially when compared to recent and upcoming phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Google Pixel 4. He had also said that the new devices would not come with Apple Pencil support.

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The upgrade cycle could translate into roughly 180 million iPhone units sold in the next 12 months with roughly 60 million to 70 million consumers due for an upgrade in China, where Apple struggled with its last launch, Wedbush analysts said.

At the low-end of the spectrum, this means that the new "iPhone 11" will likely retail at around $999, or A$1,579.

On the other hand, Apple might embrace this idea in 2020 when the iPhone XR replacement will make the switch from LCD to OLED as well.

The design and form factors of the new devices are largely expected to be unchanged.

While Apple has taken steps to reduce its reliance on the iPhone in recent years, as we pointed out at the start, it still accounts for nearly 50% of the tech behemoth's revenue.

About a third of the 900 million iPhone users around the world are in an upgrade 'window, ' meaning a strong potential for handset sales, according to Ives. Further, the report said that the iPhone suppliers could increase the production of components for up to 80 million if there is a need.

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