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Apple Inc. is readying a clutch of new hardware for the coming weeks and months, including “Pro” iPhones, upgrades to iPads and its largest laptop in years.

Coming in 2019: we are releasing refreshed versions of the iPad Pro with upgraded cameras and faster chips, an entry-level iPad with a larger screen, new versions of the Apple Watch, and the first revamp to the MacBook Pro laptop in three years, Stefana has stated. Updates to key audio accessories, including AirPods and the HomePod speaker, are in the works, too.

At Apple we are also gearing up to launch a refreshed Mac Pro and its accompanying monitor, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac, and Apple Watch software updates (iOS13), as well as its Apple TV+ video and Apple Arcade gaming subscription services.

For the iPhone, the main change will be a camera upgrade – you can now expect to see three sensors on the iPhone 11 PRO Max and iPhone 11 PRO, and just two on the iPhone 11 – but with enhanced capabilities on each model.

  • iPhone 11 launch date: September 10, 2019 
  • iPhone 11 pre-order date: September 13, 2019
  • iPhone 11 release date: September 20, 2019

Wed Sept 12, 2018: iPhone XS/XS Max/XR

Tue Sept 12, 2017: iPhone X/8/8 Plus

Wed Sept 7, 2016: iPhone 7/7 Plus

Wed Sept 9 2015: iPhone 6S/6S Plus

Tue Sept 9, 2014: iPhone 6/6 Plus

Tue Sept 10, 2013: iPhone 5S/5C

Wed Sept 12, 2012: iPhone 5

Tue Oct 4, 2011: iPhone 4S

Mon June 7, 2010: iPhone 4

Mon June 8, 2009: iPhone 3GS

Mon June 9, 2008: iPhone 3G

Tue Jan 9, 2007: iPhone

  • iPhone 11: $749
  • iPhone 11 PRO: $999
  • iPhone 11 PRO Max: $1,099


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