Apple event highlights: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max are here
Apple has unveiled the iPhone 11-series. Here are the highlights the Apple Special Event where the 2019 iPhones were launched
The wait for the next generation of Apple's iPhones is over, as one of the most anticipated smartphone series of the year has been launched. The 'Apple Special Event' took place Tuesday at the Steve Jobs Auditorium, Cupertino, California. Apple took the wraps off three new iPhones this year—the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Here are the highlights from the Apple Special Event:
— Visitors start pouring in the Steve Jobs Auditorium
The venue of the Apple Special Event has thrown open the gates to let attendees in. Here are the first visuals from the iPhone launch.
— Offers and availability of 2019 iPhones in India
Apple's recent partnership with Apple might mean that the smartphones would be available through the platform with discounts and cashbacks. Further, media reports suggest that the new iPhones might make their way to India on 20 September.
— Last-minute leaks suggest...
A picture leaked on Chinese social media site Weibo reveals the full naming and pricing of the new iPhones. According to it, the iPhone 11R might be called the iPhone 11 and the other two phones might be named as the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Since this is not an official declaration by Apple, we suggest you to take this information with a grain of salt.
— Apple’s online store goes down ahead of launch
Apple tracking website MacRumours tweeted that Apple's online store wasn't working quite right just ahead of the Special Event.
— Tim Cook says 'good morning!' from Cupertino
— The fate of reverse wireless charging in 2019 iPhones
Apple-tracking analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has reportedly said in his latest note today that the much anticipated feature might not make it to the 2019 iPhones as its "charging efficiency may not meet Apple's requirements." The feature would have let users wirelessly charge Apple accessories including Apple AirPods and Apple Watch simply by placing them at the back of the new iPhones. This feature was first introduced in the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, that was launched year, and then it made its way to the Samsung Galaxy S10-series.
— Here's where you can watch the live stream
Apple will break the tradition of broadcasting the iPhone launch event solely on its website this year—it will also live stream the event on YouTube. You can view the live stream, that commences at 10:30 pm IST, by clicking on the links above or just hitting play on the embedded live stream video below.
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