We've heard the rumors--they've been circulating the chat rooms and forums and newsrooms for months--but although much has been said, nobody really knows what to expect at next week's annual Apple Event.
A new iPhone? Seems likely. An update to iOS? Maybe. What about Apple watch--there's a possibility there, sure. And will we get new MacBooks?
The answer is--nobody knows for sure except Tim Cook and a handful of Apple engineers and assorted employees, all sworn to secrecy.
Good thing for those of us who "need to know right now" what's going to be announced next week, CNET has rounded up and sorted through all the rumors to give us a pretty decent idea what Apple might announce on September 10.
Apple is expected to launch XS Max sequels are , adding yet another element to Apple's already complicated naming scheme. The cheaper iPhone XR sequel, on the other hand, is set to be called the iPhone 11, with no additional letters, numbers or Roman numerals., similar to last year's lineup. This year's iPhone XS,
In terms of design, the three phones will apparently look almost identical to the 2018 lineup, at least from the front. The 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are said to have 5.8- and 6.5-inch OLED screens, while the 11 will have a 6.1-inch LCD screen with the same size notch at the top on all three models. Many of Apple's competitors, including Samsung, have eliminated the notch.
But CNET doesn't stop with iPhone possibilities. Their story also includes the most-likely-to-be-true rumors about the Apple Watch, iPads, AirPods, MacBook Pro and Apple TV.
Check out the full CNET story here.
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