Excitement runs high as Apple’s most awaited event-the annual phone launch is set to happen tomorrow at the Steve Jobs Theatre. The renowned iPhone maker is going to unveil the successors to the iPhone Xs, iPhone XR, and the XS Max, as well as a new version of the iWatch.
Scheduled to happen in its headquarters at Cupertino, the event might not bring in any major changes in the physical aspect. One major change that Apple is going to be making to this year’s lineup is the introduction of the triple sensor cameras which will give it an edge over its Android competitors. Apple will also upgrade its processors by replacing last year’s A12 Bionic chipset with the A13 version to give it a significant edge over its Android counterpart. Improvements to the Face ID feature as well as reverse wireless charging are some of the other anticipated improvements from the leviathan mobile company.
“One of them, the iPhone 11 (whatever the name ends up to be) will be more affordable and have an LCD screen. I really don’t think Apple will offer a new design, a pocket-sized form factor or a 5G smartphone,” was what Thomas Husson, the VP, and the principal analyst, had to say in a statement to the press. Furthermore, the event will release its Apple Watch Series Five in a brand new, resilient titanium/ceramic finish. Announcements of new advancements to the software used by iPads and MacBooks are another aspect of the event that fans await.