Apple is expected to announce its highly-anticipated iPhone 11 lineup at a glitzy launch event on September 10.
Rumours about the phones have been circling for some time, with expected new features including a redesigned three lens rear camera, improved battery life, shatter-resistance technology and new colours.
Like Huawei and Samsung, the new iPhones could also have a wireless charging feature to the back allowing users to n charge accessories such as their AirPods.
The phone is likely to be available as a high-end “Pro” large version, a standard sized version and a cheaper LCD version of the iPhone 11.
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When is Apple going to announce the iPhone 11?
Apple has sent out invitations for its event which list a start time of 6pm UK time on September 10.
The event will be held at the Steve Jobs Theatre, a dedicated venue at its Silicon Valley headquarters in Cupertino, where it has held the last two iPhone launches.
Typical livestreamed Apple announcements last for around two hours and see the company reveal a number of new products.
The invitation is titled “By innovation only” with an accompanying Apple logo that harks back to the company’s old multicoloured logo.