iOS 13 Beta indicates that new iPhones arrive on September 10 | Cell phone

Apple often releases new iPhones in September, and this year should be no exception: Filipe Espípio, from the Brazilian website iHelpBR, discovered images in the latest beta of iOS 13 that indicate a launch on the day September 10th. The company is expected to announce three new cell phones, two with a triple camera; they can be called iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

iPhone XR 2019 (image by @OnLeaks and Pricebaba)

Successor to the iPhone XR for 2019 (image by @OnLeaks and Pricebaba)

The beta 7 of iOS 13 was released this week, and features an image that explicitly mentions the date September 10, a Tuesday. The other image is called “HoldForRelease” (wait until launch) and has the Calendar icon with “Tuesday 10”.

This date fits with previous releases; how do you remember 9to5Mac, Apple usually hosts its new iPhones event on the second Tuesday or Wednesday of September. In addition, iOS 12 featured images that mentioned September 12th, the day the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR were announced.

These iOS 13 images appear only when configuring a new device. Meanwhile, if you reset an already released iPhone, it displays a screen with the date of September 23. That’s when the update could be released to everyone.

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Apple may launch iPhone 11 Pro Max with triple camera

Rumors say that Apple will launch three new phones, probably called iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. They would be, respectively, the successors of the iPhone XR, XS and XS Max. All would come with a square protrusion for the rear camera ; Pro models would have three sensors.

In addition, Apple is expected to announce a new iPad with a 10.2-inch screen, succeeding the line of iPads with a 9.7-inch and more affordable price. It can also update the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

With information: iHelpBR, The Verge.

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