Less than fourteen days after the iPhone 11’s discharge date was apparently uncovered, an iOS 13 screenshot found inside the most recent beta version seems to affirm when Apple will be announcing its next-gen devices.
Apple seems to have chosen Tuesday, September 10
Spotted by iHelpBR, the screenshot is named “Hold For Release” and highlights the Calendar app with the date unmistakably set to Tuesday the 10th. The month isn’t shown however the day lines up perfectly with September, which itself coincides with Apple’s typical declaration schedule. Lending further assurance is the fact a similar screenshot was found in one of Apple’s iOS 12 beta discharges a year ago which demonstrated September 12th, the date that was along these lines affirmed for the iPhone XS and iPhone XR presentations.
Considering the iPhone 11 series is currently expected to make a big appearance on Tuesday, September 10, pre-orders for Apple’s upcoming trio of gadgets will probably start on Friday, September 13. The actual launch, then again, should happen on Friday, September 20. This coincides perfectly with the recently announced release date.
On an irrelevant note, an iPadOS 13 screenshot demonstrating the same date was likewise spotted. Apple has been rumored to be planning the debut of a new 10.2-inch iPad alongside its next-generation iPhones and this image proposes this will indeed be the case.
iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 might arrive later than expected
If Apple sticks to its typical iOS launch schedule, the upcoming iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 releases will be made accessible to download for gadgets, for example, the iPhone 8, iPhone XS, iPad Pro (2018), and iPad Air (2019) on Monday, September 16. However, present discoveries suggest this may not be the case.
Another pair of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 screenshots which are bound to be used on older gadgets demonstrate the Calendar display Monday the 23rd. This is one week later than than anticipated and extreme suggests Apple may be giving its developers an additional week to ensure everything’s in working order on previous-gen products. All things considered, unlike iOS 12 which was largely bug free, iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 beta releases have been tormented with issues since the start, a large number of which are as yet uncertain.
The drawback to this move is that iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 will be select to the iPhone 11 arrangement and 10.2-inch iPad (2019) for around three days in light of the fact that these are good to go for discharge on Friday, September 20, as referenced previously.
What will Apple’s next iPhones actually be called?
The upcoming iPhones have been reliably referred to as either the iPhone XI or iPhone 11 lineup through the span of the previous year yet a solid tipster recently suggested Apple’s final names might be marginally unique. In particular, they referenced the ‘Pro’ moniker but left quite a bit of room for speculation since they didn’t expound on the issue.
The most logical strategy would be the making of two separate lineups. The successor to the iPhone XR could be advertised essentially as the iPhone (2019) while the iPhone XS and XS Max substitutions could be known as the iPhone Pro (5.8-inch) and iPhone Pro (6.5-inch).
An alternative technique which was as of late referenced by a case producer would likewise bode well, despite the fact that the names would at last be progressively inconvenient. For this situation, the 2019 iPhone XR would be marked as the iPhone 11 and the iPhone XS’s successor would be known as the iPhone 11 Pro. In the mean time, the 6.5-inch model could arrive as the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
The last possibility is maybe the most clear one of all. It’d include the iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max substitutions being promoted as the iPhone 11R, iPhone 11, and iPhone 11 Pro separately.