Apple revealed the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max at its annual keynote presentation in Cupertino today. The expected improvements in speed, battery life and display quality are matched with all new multi-camera systems for photography and video capture.
The world's most popular camera receives an update with Apple's iPhone 11. Dual main cameras enclosed in the sculpted glass back combine with iOS 13 for more flexibility in image capture. An extra-wide angle lens makes it easier to capture vast landscapes or photograph subjects in tight spaces.
It is unknown how Apple Arcade is going to affect the Apple App Store. Will most of the premium games be hidden behind Apple's paywall, leaving nothing but a freemium games graveyard? Or will it be business as usual? If 2019 was a preview of what's to come, then it doesn't look good for the App Store this fall. It's hard to know the exact reason why, but this year was not a great year for mobile games on iOS devices. We struggled all year to find decent titless to highlight for our App of the Week. This made us wonder if the good games already disappearing from the App Store for Apple Arcade?
The rainbow Apple logo is back, and it's signaling the fall 2019 iPhone keynote event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, CA. Apple has set the date, and has "innovited" select media representatives to preview its latest iOS devices on Tuesday, September 10th at 10 am Pacific Time (1 pm Eastern Time). This year's keynote will bring a complete refresh to the iPhone lineup, as well as other surprises.
Apple's 2019 iPhone launch event is just weeks away. There's been no shortage of information reported in leaks and rumors surrounding the next generation iPhones. For anyone looking to buy a new iPhone or sneak a preview of what's coming, here are highlights of what's expected in September. Of course, until Apple takes the stage at the Steve Jobs Theater, nothing is official.