NECESSARY Apple will have many surprises when it launches its 2019 iPhone lineup including the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Thanks to the continuous rotational online rumor, we now know that the iPhone trio will be the first to boast triple-camera systems, with Apple adopting a new Pixel 4-like square-shaped array. We are also expecting new under-the-hood interiors, including a 7nm A13 SoC and a new Taptic Engine, a modernized Face ID system and, according to some other left fields, a USB-C port.
We've rounded up everything we know about the Apple iPhone 2019 so far
And it's official. Apple has confirmed that it will release its next-generation iPhones on September 1
The event, which is live streamed on YouTube for the first time ( above ), takes place at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, at 10 : 00 PT; it's 6:00 pm for us Brits.
According to MacRumours the iPhone 11 series will be available for pre-order only three days after its launch on September 13, before the shelves landing on September 20.
Price  We know that the next Apple iPhones will be expensive, but we still don't know how much they will bring. Unless it's something like the iPhone 2018 lineup, pricing is likely to start at around £ 999 and £ 1,099 for the successors to the XS and XS Max and from £ 799 for the smaller LCD model.
9/9/19: Apple has announced that for the first time you will be able to stream your iPhone event on September 10th on YouTube; Apple has previously forced observers to use an Apple device or Microsoft Edge browser on Windows 10. The event will start at 6:00 pm in the UK on Tuesday, and we'll let you know all the news as it happens. Cash outburst.
6/9/19: We are just a few days away from the official launch of the iPhone 11, so – naturally – images have appeared on the internet that seem to give us a glimpse of the devices' final design.
The flashes ( above ) that come through the Nood Cases accessories manufacturer show the familiar and elegant design of the handset and show the crowds of the camera lens system for a long time, which fits into the square protrusion at the back of the iPhone 11. Interestingly, the case maker refers to the three incoming iPhone models as the iPhone iPhone XIR 11 iPhone XI 11 Pro and iPhone XI 11 Pro Max .
4/9/19: An leaked internal document confirmed that Apple has three iPhones in order next week; iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The document spied on by AppleBeta2019 also indicates that the new iPhones will run iOS 13.0 out of the box, with 13.0.1 distributed as an OTA update in October, followed by the steady release of iOS 13.1
10 pages viewed by AppleInsider also says that four new Apple watches will be unveiled in September, with two new iPad models arriving next month.
3/9/19: The iPhone 11 chipset A13 prematurely appeared on Geekbench. Test benchmarks, which confirm that the new iPhone will boast 4GB of RAM, show that the iPhone 11 stands at 5,415 for single core and 11,294 for multi-core. Legally, this means that Apple's new iPhones are about 12 percent faster for single-core tasks, but the result of the multicore system remains unchanged, suggesting that the A13 chip will continue to include six cores, probably in an identical setup with A12.
28/8/19: Apple reportedly downloaded the iPhone 11's Walkie-Talkie hearing function just weeks before the phone was launched. So says The information that reports that a feature called "Off-Grid Radio Service Project OGRS" is being developed in partnership with Intel and would allow messages to be sent between iPhones for a long time – distant radio waves that surround cellular networks.
It is not clear why Apple is missing the feature, although The information notes that the departure of the executive responsible for the project, Ruben Cabalero, may be a factor, as Apple's decision could be from Intel in favor of a Qualcomm modem.
27/8/19: With only weeks to go until the next Apple iPhone launch, YouTuber claims to have released the first hands-on video with the iPhone 11 Pro. The clip, shared by ConceptsiPhone, shows a blinded device on the iPhone 11, but everything confirms the protruding array of square-shaped cameras surrounded by the same golden stainless steel that runs along the edges of the device. The two-minute video doesn't tell us much else we don't know, but one thing is for sure: you'll need a new case.
22/8/19: New mega-report from Bloomberg states that Apple's inbound iPhones will have triple-camera systems, a wireless charging feature and a new polygonal Face ID sensor.
The report also confirms rumors about the Pro naming scheme for Apple's OLED models. Both Pro and so-called. Pro Max will have triple cameras, including wide-angle, telephony and ultra-wide lenses, according to the report, while the iPhone XR extension will be upgraded from single to dual camera system.  The camera software of the iPhone 11 Pro also gets an upgrade; he will be able to take three images at a time from each of the lenses and combine them together to create higher resolution pictures, "compete with some traditional cameras", according to Bloomberg and boast of improved low-light capabilities,
Backup wireless charging also comes in, allowing users to juice AirPods on the back of the headset, such as a modernized polygonal Face ID system that captures a wider field of view so that users can to unlock hearing lkite easier, the report said.
Bloomberg also confirms earlier rumors of a new matte design, noting that "at least some colors" will have a blunt finish. The design will also be more durable, with increased water resistance and better tear resistance.
22/8/19: The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max case images revealed by MobileFun have added weight to earlier rumors that mobile phones will boast Apple support Pencil. 
The Olixar Case ( above ) has a cutout to hold Apple's pencil, though it won't be the same version that ships with iPad Pro. Rather, the case maker expects the iPhone 11 Pro to have a shorter, lighter design that will be optimized for the Apple smartphone model.
21/8/19: Another rumor claims that the iPhone 11 will drop the long-running 5W charger in favor of the same USB-C charger that ships with the iPad Pro. CharerLab tweeted ( below ) that the new iPhones will ship with an Apple USB-C plug and a Lightning to USB-C cable in the box, which – if right – will mark the first time the iPhone comes with a fast charger.
However, as for 9to5Mac it is worth noting that ChargerLAB tweaked a similar prediction last year, incorrectly claiming that the charger will ship with the iPhone XS and iPhone XR.
20/8/19: Apple's iPhone 11 lineup boasts a whole new design and will double the storage of last year's models, according to YouTuber EverythingApplePro and XDA Developers & # 39;  Max Weinbach.
Echoing Ming-Chi Kuo's recent predictions, tipsters claim that some 2019 iPhone models will have a new "rainbow" design; Apple is not planning a multicolored iPhone, but the phones will reportedly have a new cover that will give them an arched "gleaming" look similar to that seen in the Galaxy Note 10.
They also point to a new matte back in the iPhone 11 line , which will feel "a lot different" than Apple's current crop of phones.
Separately, the leak points to more memorization of this year's iPhones; While the iPhone XS and XR come with 64GB of base storage, the incoming models are supposed to boast 128GB of base memory, along with 256GB and 512GB configurations.
19/8/19: Apple may inadvertently reveal the launch date of the iPhone 11 in its latest beta of iOS. iOS 13 beta 7 was released to developers last week, and iHelp BR spotted an asset that supposedly made the iPhone 11 debut on September 10; an image titled HoldForRelease includes this date in the Calendar app on the iOS 13 home screen. While by no means a confirmation, it's worth noting that iOS 12 had a similar image dated September 12 – the date Apple announced the iPhone XS and XS Max.
12/8/19: The highest-rated iPhone for 2019 on the iPhone may arrive as the iPhone 11 Pro. So says the trusted Twitter advisor CoinX who last year accurately predicted the names of iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR, tweeted: "Pro" for iPhone? Crazy naming schemes over the past few years. "
Separately, MacRumours received advice from an anonymous source stating that:" The iPhone square camera will be called the iPhone 11 Pro. This is a fact. "
6/8/19: According to Softbank President Ken Miyauchi, in Macotakara, the iPhone 11 will go on sale on September 20.
Speaking during a call for profit, Miyauchi left off the date while answering a question about how Softbank plans to handle the iPhone launch next month with a new Japan law that will require operators to separate data and plans for devices effective October 1 : "Honestly, I wonder what to do in 10 days," he said. "No, I shouldn't say that … Anyway, I don't know when it will be released. the new iPhone. However, after almost 10 days, it will be separated. "
As 9to5Mac speculates, this probably means that the iPhone 11 will make its official debut on September 10 with pre-orders for launching 13 September.
1/8/19: Apple & # 39; s 2019 iPhones may be the first to support the Apple Pencil, according to a Citi Research report seen by Business Insider which includes "iPhone Pencil / stylus support" in the list of features it expects to see on the iPhone 11. The stylus was first introduced in 2015 in parallel with the first generation iPad 1965 and since then support has been extended to iPad Air and iPad mini.
City also expects the iPhone 11 model to include larger batteries, without a screen without a screen similar to the one seen on the current iPhone XS, triple an array of rear and a 10MP front camera that says the pricing of iPhones in 2019 will remain the same as last year's models.
23/7/19: Apple The iPhone 11 line will consist of three models that pack an A13 chip, a Lightning port, and an "all-new "aptic engine that will allow for improved haptic feedback according to 9to5Mac .
While Headphone Screens – Known as & # 39; D42 & # 39; (iPhone 11), & # 39; D43 & # 39; (iPhone 11 Max) and & # 39; N104 & # 39; (iPhone 11R) will remain unchanged, you can expect upgrade in camera department. The report states that the square-shaped system will include a wide-angle lens that will allow for a new feature called "Smart-Frame" that captures the area around the frame of photos and videos so that the user can adjust the framing and perspective,  Around the front, the iPhone 11 will boast an upgraded camera capable of slowly capturing frames at 120 frames per second.
Not surprisingly, 9to5Mac notes that Apple's iPhones in 2019 will be unveiled at the upcoming September event.
17/7/19: YouTuber MKBHD has his mannequin gloves on the so-called iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R ( below ), which he
] However, its practical focus gives us a closer look at the iPhone 11 model and confirms that all three models will have a square-facing camera collision. In the iPhone 11 and 11 Max, this will have three lenses – standard, phone and ultra wide, while the iPhone 11R will probably boast only standard and ultra wide sensors.
Beyond this, dummy models indicate that mobile phones will have similar designs to the iPhone XS and XS Max; it has a Lightning port surrounded by asymmetrical lower speakers and an opening around that front that houses "new" sensors for a faster face ID.
10/7/19: More rumors suggest that Apple will remove 3D Touch, its touchscreen technology, from all iPhone iPhones 2019.
courtesy of Digitimes which cites industry sources for TPK and GIS sensor module manufacturers, key Apple vendors. The report states that while "Apple can remove 3D touch sensors from all iPhones on 2019", these vendors remain optimistic as "orders for touch modules for old iPhones as well as new iPad and MacBook models will support [them] occupied in the second half of 2019 "
The death of 3D Touch, which debuted on the iPhone 6s, is long overdue. Although it still has the iPhone XS and XS Max, it was turned off on the iPhone XR, probably in an attempt to reduce
8/7/19: The A13 SoC on the iPhone 11 will keep Apple's one-year lead over the competition, according to The Ice Universe . The leak tweets that the next generation A13 processor A13 will greatly improve multi-core processor performance ", while the new GPU is" still far out of Android bearing SoC. "
additional chip details revealed, but earlier According to reports, TSMC has already begun production of the 7-nanometer SoC.
4/7/19: Apple may release an iPhone 11 variant with a fingerprint sensor in the display, which will be available exclusively in China. That said, a report from cajing.com.cn via The Global Times reporting that the model would pull out a Face ID in favor of an "insufficient display" feature. "Referring to sources in the industrial supply chain, the report notes that this move is likely to" save costs. "
24/6/19: Olixar has released more accessories for the iPhone 11 and 11 Max, this time" confirming "that the flagship duo will retain the Lightning port instead of switching to USB-C. at MobileFun, also indicate that Apple will revert to an earlier design with a silence switch that changes to a circular slider.
13/6/19: Apple's next-generation iPhones will admit Pixel 3 and the still-to-be announced Pixel 4 with a special night mode for the camera.
So says Councilor Max Weinbach, who shared the information with the YouTube channel E verythingApplePro which claims that the so-called mode can be activated automatically when low light conditions are detected, but notes that users may also need to manually activate the night-time feature.
revealed additional details about the feature, Weinbach says it will be streamlined to Google's Pixel 3 and 3 XL's Night Sight feature and the night mode of Huawei's latest flagships. It is currently unclear whether the night mode will switch to older iPhone models such as the iPhone XR and XR.
10/5/19: Apple may be about to dig its own Lightning port in favor of USB-C; while we have heard this rumor many times before, this time we finally have some proof.
As noted by Twitter user Rafael Mouton the iOS 13 recovery screen clearly shows a USB-C cable, not the Lightning connector shown in earlier OS versions. Don't keep hoping, but it's an early beta of the software and may refer to the USB-C port of the iPad Pro.
28/5/19: Apple iPhone 11 may be the first to support two Bluetooth connections at the same time. At least, this is according to Japanese blog Macotoakara which claims dual audio support for Bluetooth will allow adopters of the next flagship iPhone, for example, to pair two pairs of AirPods or connect both car stereo and headset time. Further reading