The full invite from Apple
It’s currently rumored that we’ll see three new iPhone products including the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11R.
We may also hear word of the Apple Watch 5, and we may even hear more of other upcoming products such as the Homepod 2 and a quick update on Apple TV Plus. And, of course, Mac fans should find plenty to love with a release date for macOS 10.15 Catalina. We might even see that rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro – that would certainly be an innovation.
This is also likely to be when we hear of a rollout date for new software from the company, so expect to hear more on iOS 13, iPadOS and watchOS 6.
Since this is traditionally a window to announce new devices, we aren’t sure whether we’ll hear updates about Apple’s services. But it’s possible that we’ll learn when Apple Arcade is set to go live, as it was originally slated to launch in ‘Fall’ 2019, or Apple TV Plus.
New iPhone 11 camera: the biggest change
As we’ve heavily discussed already, unless all the leaks are fake, the iPhone 11 camera looks pretty likely to pack a larger, more square lens array on the rear of the device.
This is the only real hardware upgrade we’re seeing from Apple this year, with 2019’s iPhone coming with enhanced picture-taking capabilities. Schematics suggest the same thing, and most chassis leaks hint at the same square cut-out portion.
Respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has weighed in to say that one of these lenses might be almost invisible, adding at the same time that the selfie camera will get a boost from 7MP to 12MP.