Apple quietly posts a YouTube page on Friday, inviting people to tune in to the event, which is expected to announce three new phone models, replacing the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR with rumors of the iPhone 11, 11 Max / 11 Pro and 11R. Other products and services are expected to be announced.
The site invites users to "join us for a special Apple Live Event at Steve Jobs Theater on September 10th at 10PM PDT."
Apple is gradually expanding its product broadcast coverage. Key notes have long been available on Apple.com, and the company aired its Keep the Circle event on Twitter last year. But his YouTube presence comes first.
Last week, Apple sent invitations to some media members showing the Apple logo made up of five different vibrant colors that go back to the old six-color logo that Apple used years ago. Analysts speculate that the unreleased iPhone 11 will be disappointment and will not attract the buyers that Apple hopes.
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