The September 2019 Apple Keynote is here. Together with the WWDC19 Developer’s Conference, this is one of the most eagerly awaited presentations for the technology industry, as the American company is used to announcing its new mobile devices at this time. The event will be this Tuesday and will begin at 10.00 am (PDT). As usual, it will take place at the Steve Jobs Theater in its headquarters in Cupertino, California (United States).
The company will broadcast the event live, so it can be seen on their website and, for the first time in the history of this conference, on their official YouTube channel.
What can we expect from this Apple Keynote?
Since the arrival of its Plus versions, the company has not presented a terminal alone. According to the leaks shared by Bloomerang, these devices would be iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, successors of iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max respectively.
Apparently, the most noticeable change these phones will have would be the three back cameras next to the flash in a square. This third added camera would be an ultra wide-angle camera that attaches to the telephoto lens and wide-angle lens already seen on previous devices. This improvement will result in higher resolution photographs with better results in low light, as well as better video capture and a new editing mode.
On the other hand, rumors point to the disappearance of the 3D Touch through which the screen was sensitive to different finger pressures and Face ID would be more effective.
The leaks do not highlight any detail about the 5G, ports or fast charge, but they do ensure that this new range of iPhone 11 would have reverse wireless charge as some devices Samsung and Huawei already have.