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IPhone 11 launch: Final leaks before the official launch

IPhone 11 launch: Final leaks before the official launch

There are also rumours that the new Pro version of the iPhone will not include the number "11" and be just called the iPhone Pro.

Apple Inc (All Sessions) is expected to reveal its latest line-up of iPhones to the public this Tuesday, September 10 - at 13:00 EST.

Based on more recent leaks, we are also expecting to see the launch of the Apple Watch 5 at Apple's event tomorrow.

Hundreds of thousands of people will tune in to the live event to get a glimpse of the new phone.

Apple managed to grow its overall revenues, albeit by a modest one percent, to $53.8 billion, even as iPhone revenues plunged almost 12 percent in the April-June period. It remains to be seen, however, if the numbering system is indeed ditched or not.

The smartphones are also expected to come the new A13 Bionic processor that will allow better raw performance as well as faster Face ID speeds.

2019 will remain a challenging year for iPhone shipments with volumes expected to drop to 177.9 million, down 14.8% year over year, mostly due to market maturity as well as a lack of 5G devices.

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At the low-end of the spectrum, this means that the new "iPhone 11" will likely retail at around $999, or A$1,579.

Apple is reportedly planning to unveil an affordable iPhone in 2020 that will help improve the mobile giant sales reported by the Japanese financial publication, Nikkei Asian Review.

'(1) all-new form factor design, (2) 5G support, and (3) camera function upgrades'.

Also, these new series are expected to come with notable changes to the cameras and hardware.

While Apple has taken steps to reduce its reliance on the iPhone in recent years, as we pointed out at the start, it still accounts for nearly 50% of the tech behemoth's revenue.

Commenting on the alleged product Jeff Pu, a tech analyst for GF Securities, told Nikkei: "The cheaper iPhone SE could serve as a sales momentum kicker the first half next year, if the new premium iPhones do not perform well in the coming months". Further, the report said that the iPhone suppliers could increase the production of components for up to 80 million if there is a need.