2018 iPhone line up

Apple has sent invites today for its annual fall iPhone event where it’s expected to announce new devices including iPhones, Apple Watch and an updated iPad Pro. It’ll take place on September 12th in Cupertino, California.

Analysts and news outlets are expecting upgrades to nearly every Apple product line. Reports have suggested a new line of iPhones, a new MacBook Air and updated Mac Mini, upgrades to the iPad and a new Apple Watch.

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This is that point of the year where all that Apple has in store is confirmed. All the rumours, analysis and build up to the companies next move is either trashed for verified.


Apple will be looking to make a statement come September 12th recognizing the fact that precedence has not favoured the iPhone makers. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has just launched and is still the hit at the moment, Huawei has also overhauled Apple’s iPhone in terms of sales according to Gartner. So, it is a consensus that Apple has scores to settle and as a matter of fact, I count on Apple to raise the bar once more.

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Consumer’s hopes are high following different reports that suggested different new devices with different features.

New devices and New features:

Starting with the upcoming iPhone touted to house a triple lens camera, A second-generation iPhone X, iPhones with 5G network and dual-sim compatibility. We can only wait until Sept. 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater on Apple’s campus until then, we will take all these with a pinch of salt.

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An Affordable iPhone:

Reports have it that a much more affordable iPhone with uncommon variety colours is in the queue too. This should give Apple the edge over the £1000 Note 9.

iOS 11, gesture control and other features:

All devices including Smartphones, Smartwatch, and the pad should launch out of the box with the iOS 11 and all its performance, artificial intelligence and so on. We also expect to see gesture control as it is present in Android’s latest version (Android Pie).

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Many more products and features will be unveiled but be sure to keep the date as Techzbyte will be keeping tabs on this one.


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