Apple to hold special event on 10 September announcing slew of new releases

9th September 2019

The company is expected to share details about new features from the new iPhone, a new Apple Watch and more.

Apple will be holding a special event on 10th September, with Forbes reporting that the biggest new feature expected to be revealed will come from the new iPhone through a triple-lens camera that can capture photos with a wider field of view.

The event is also expected to cover further information about Apple’s streaming TV service that was initially announced in March, as well as a range of software updates for both the company’s iPhones and Macs.

Apple has been launching new iPhones every September since 2012. iPhone sales have however been on the decline for seven consecutive quarters, Forbes reports.

Apple’s iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR will be succeeded by three new iPhones, with rumours suggesting two of which could be called the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro.

Forbes also reports that reverse wireless charging are expected to be featured on the new iPhone, allowing users to power accessories like AirPods by resting them on the back of the phone.

It is less clear whether Apple will be releasing a new version of the Apple Watch, however this is not uncommon for the September special event by the company.

Bloomberg reports that a new watch could be called the Apple Watch Series 5, while also saying that it is expected to include sleep tracking in a bid to compete with other wearable such as Fitbit.

After announcing plans for an Apple TV streaming service, the company has been short on details regarding when it will be released, how much it will cost and what sort of content would be included. Tech insiders are expecting more details at the 10th September event.


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