While Apple iPhone 11 lineup has leaked multiple times, a new Bloomberg report sheds more light. Apple was initially planning a launch alongside this year's iPhones but the introduction has now been pushed back until next year.
This year's 13-inch MacBook Pro. None of these models will support 5G and Apple plans to add the feature next year.
The HomePod sees the same story as the new AirPods. The new model is likely to have two tweeters (a type of loudspeaker), down from seven in the current HomePod. The feature will let users power-up their AirPods by placing them on the iPhone's rear.
Beyond that, Bloomberg's anonymous sources also say that Apple is working on new models of its AirPods that will be more premium and therefore pricier, as well as a new HomePod, for an early 2020 release.
The iPadPro will get upgraded cameras and faster chips, while the school-focused iPad will get a larger screen.
Apple is set to launch three new iPhone models next month. While all of Apple's other computing devices use the "Pro" moniker, the iPhone has always just been the iPhone. New features for these phones will largely be centered on the camera system, sensors, and an A13 processor. There will be a new "AMX" or "matrix" co-processor that can handle math-heavy tasks for improved AR performance.
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Water resistance has been "dramatically enhanced" over the current IP68 rating that allows current devices to be submerged under 3m of water for 30 minutes.
This year's premium models, as previous reports have indicated, will include a triple-camera system on the back that includes a primary sensor, a telephoto camera, and an ultra-wide-angle alternative which grants access to a 120º field of view.
This year's iPhone refresh will introduce new "shatter-resistance technology" and even better Face ID, according to a new report.
These Pro iPhones will look identical to 2018 XS iPhones from the front, with the screen resolution and camera notch unchanged.
New video recording feature will allow users to retouch, apply effects, alter colors, reframe and crop video as it is being recorded.
Before today, many expected the 11 series of new iPhone models to be a rather lukewarm update. Sensors at the back at the device will allow the user to capture three photos at once, according to the leak, and AI software will provide automatic corrections for any obvious shot errors. When exactly? It's looking a lot like September 10 in the USA, as Apple generally holds its press event on the second Tuesday or Wednesday of that year.