Bloomberg reports that this technology is indeed under development by Apple, but it is not expected to arrive in teh 2019 iPhones, although it could arrive in 2020.
An updated iPhone SE?
Apple’s cheap iPhone SE has proved popular throughout the years, but it has not had a significant update for some time. While we are not expecting anything this time around, Apple could be about to revive the model, according to Bloomberg. A low cost model of the iPhone could arrive as soon as the first half of next year.
Apple TV+ revealed
As well as all the hardware upgrades, Apple’s iPhone launch could come with plenty of news about its upcoming TV streaming service, Apple TV+.
The new service, which will live within its current TV app but include a premium subscription model, is expected to cost around $9.99 or £9.99 per month. Some of the shows coming to Apple TV+ include flagship TV series The Morning Show will star Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell. The company has reportedly spent $300m ordering two seasons, according to Bloomberg.
The streaming service is expected to arrive shortly after its iPhone event, with reports putting its launch date around November.
Apple Watch, iPad, MacBook and other hardware
On top of the new iPhone 11, Apple is planning to launch several other pieces of hardware over the coming weeks and months, according to the latest report from Bloomberg.