At last, we can all put our minds to rest after seeing so many horrendous and eroding effects of the iPhone 11 mock ups and look alike all over the internet. While no one for sure knows what the iPhone 11 would look and feel like because we’ve obviously never encountered one yet, September 10 live at the Cupertino campus, Apple will be showing to the world for the first time what the iPhone 11 will eventually look like…so start gathering some top dollars just in case you plan to switch from your look alike iPhone XS to the new iPhone 11.
Apple had already sent out invitations to media companies both big and small to come and witness the new launching of it’s best selling product. The event is scheduled to start at 10.00 am PT at the Steve Jobs Theater, Cupertino, California.
Well, we might not really expect too much from the device because unlike others like Huawei, Samsung and a host of others, Apple is going to be adamantly sticking to the same iPhone X design which was first introduced since 2017. The same giant notch, some really odd looking camera arrangement at the back but with some massive software upgrade probably in the range of the iOS 13 which is still in the beta.
While Android smartphone makers have gotten far beyond the notch to the point where cameras are now being placed right under the screens of smartphones or slide-outs like the Galaxy A80 to foldable screens like the Royole FlexiPai although Samsung failed in it’s own attempt, but at least this is a big leap in mobile technology. 5G is also a big leap in how gadgets will communicate and interact with one another in the future and thanks to the likes of Huawei Mate 20X or the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and so on all which are still probably going to be missing in the iPhone 11.
Many predicts that 2020 could be the time the iPhone could be getting a real redesign and for the fact that Apple is known for being a design pacesetter, other OEM might have hijacked this innovation since the times of the notch in 2017 because it seems Android smartphones have passed that phase.
One obvious thing that could prove the point that the iPhone 11 won’t be changed in it’s design is that of the leaked image gotten for the Apple Watch Series 5 Smart watch which very identical to the Watch series 4 but runs the WatchOS 6 which shows us that Apple seems to care more about the Operating systems or the software experience in general over the hardware designs for now.
But as we saw in the last year’s release, the iPhone 11 could come in 3 different models. After all, almost all smartphone makers now make different models of a single smartphone these days as we’ve seen with the Samsung Galaxy which came in four models or the Galaxy Note that came in two or the Huawei P30 which also has a Pro model.
The models of the next iPhone could be iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max or 11 Pro and then iPhone 11R…but we probably won’t see another Roman numeral as in iPhone XI, XI Max/ XI Max and XIR…that would definitely be confusing to an average consumer who doesn’t need to buy an handbook teaching him how to pronounce the name of his new smartphone.
But then the difference could be just as obvious as the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 whose difference was merely the back and the camera arrangement…Apple could be really funny sometimes right? But then the main focus would be the multiple camera setup which could number in 3, then a faster processor as well as the iOS 13 of course.
And since it’s like Apple wants to focus more on it’s software services instead of the Hardware products, other products like the Apple TV streaming service are getting more attention while the iPhone sales keeps dwindling which keeps Huawei at number 2 right behind Samsung as world largest smartphone maker. The likes of the Apple Card, the popular AirPods, the HomePod smart speaker as well as the Apple Watch series all seems to be gaining attention.
Aside the iPhone 11, Apple is expected to release the Apple Watch Series 5 at the September event. It’s also expected to officially launch Apple TV Plus and other services. But then we hold on to see what Apple has for us and how much we can go about the trends of smartphone makers constantly switching their devices and stamping new model numbers to them calling them latest versions.