As per an employee working at a major carrier, the iPhone 11 series will have a launch timeframe that is similar to last year’s iPhone XS series. What this means is that after being announced on September 10, the iPhone 11 series will go up for pre-order later in the week on September 13.
A week later i.e. on September 20, the new iPhones will then hit the retail store and pre-orders will start being delivered. This is the typical launch timeframe of new iPhones from Apple so its not surprising.
The iPhone X launch was the only outlier as Apple had to delay its launch until November in 2017. Last year, the iPhone XR also went on sale a few weeks after the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max went on sale. This time around though, Apple will put all three iPhones up for pre-order and on sale at once.
It was just yesterday that Apple sent out invites for its iPhone 11 ‘By Innovation Only’ event on September 10th.
The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro are going to feature a triple-camera system, while the 2019 iPhone XR successor will feature a dual-camera setup. The design language of the iPhones is going to remain the same as their predecessors with only some minor tweaks here and there. The camera performance of the new iPhones will be a major highlight followed by their improved battery life thanks to bigger batteries. Apple will also be adding reverse wireless charging to the iPhones this year.
Alongside the iPhone 11 series and the 2019 iPhone 11R, Apple is also expected to unveil the Apple Watch Series 5 at the event. We can also see the company talk about its services like Apple Arcade and Apple TV+ at the event and reveal their launch date and pricing details.