Tomorrow, on September 10, the American tech company Apple will launch a new iPhone series. The Apple Special Event will begin at 10.30 pm Indian time. During this time the company will launch iPhone 11, iPhone 11 R and iPhone 11 Max. With this, iOS 13 will also be announced.
In this event of Apple, not only iPhone will be launched, but more products will be launched. These include Apple Watch, Apple TV and software updates. It is possible that the company will also launch MacBook Pro this time.
These products can be launched this time at Apple’s event
This year Apple is preparing to launch three new iPhones. One of these will be the next version of the iPhone XR which will be the lowest price among them all. Apart from this, there will be iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max. No major design changes are expected, but there will be a lot of changes on the back panel.
Apple TV (Hardware)
Apple TV can also be launched in this event. According to reports, A12 processor has been given in Apple TV. At the moment, there is so much truth in this TV report, nothing can be said.
Apple Watch 5
Don’t expect major changes this time with Apple Watch 5. Last year, the company made changes. New case options can be found. Apart from this, the company can also add sleep tracking feature to it this time. Major changes will come with watchOS6.
Apple Events generally do not have much focus on software, as WWDC is for this. But still in this event, information about the release of the company iOS 13, WatchOS 6, HomePod, macOS 10.5 Catalina and tvOS will be given. New features will come, some of which will also surprise the people.
A report has been coming in the past for some time, it is being said that this time the company can also bring a Bluetooth tracking tag. This tag can be used to find a lost device. This apple tag will have ultra wideband. This is short range radio technology, under which the exact location of the device will be found. However, this device will be for indoor only, that is, you will not get any special benefit by putting it in a stolen device.
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