iPhone 11, Apple announces its conference “by innovation only


Apple has just made an appointment with its fans on September 10. The event will be dedicated to its new generation of iPhone. Like every year, Apple sent out invitations to announce a major media event. It is very likely that this Keynote is dedicated to the next generation of iPhone, but Apple does not confirm anything. The information remains vague.The invitation comes with a teaser to perform. The operation is difficult because everyone can read the message in their own way. The official invitation includes details of the event (date and location) and a pledge around innovation.

This little phrase “by innovation only” does not fail to make fans react. It suggests that other novelties will be presented. Added to this is the logo of the company, which certainly hides something. Apple will normally unveil three different iPhone, all successors of current models. This means that we will have updated models of the iPhone XS, iPhone XR and iPhone XS Max.

iPhone 11, review of rumors Rumors speak of three versions of iPhone 11 with the presence of the A13 chip, 4 or 6 GB RAM depending on the model and two or three rear cameras.

In detail the basic model would have a 6.1-inch LCD screen providing a definition of 1792 x 828 pixels. Its equipment would include a 12-megapixel front camera against two 12-megapixel rear cameras each. The OLED in 5.8 and 6.5 inches would be of the party for the intermediate and high-end models with respective definitions of 2436 x 1125 pixels and 2688 x 1242 pixels. In both the front camera would offer 12 megapixels against three solutions still in 12 megapixel rear. To return to the colorful logo of the invitation, here is what is said These are the colors of the next range of iPhone XR.
The announcement of a new iPod. Some people think that the purple part has the typical shape of an iPod
The return of the classic “Rainbow” logo on Apple devices. It was introduced for the first time at the launch of the Macintosh in 1984.
A nod to the 20 years of the iMac G3 released in 1998 and updated in 1999. This model sported translucent colors.

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