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Apple event: New iPhones expected to launch on October 13

by George Mensah
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Apple confirmed what many analysts had expected: that it would introduce new versions of the iPhone on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at a digital event.

“Hi, Speed,” is the title of the invite Apple despatched Tuesday to media, however the normal public is additionally invited to watch, starting at 1 p.m. ET on Apple’s internet site and YouTube channel.

The “speed,” refers to the new iPhone models, which are anticipated to join to the new, faster, wi-fi popular of 5G, which is rolling out nationally from AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile. While the present day 5G in the United States is now not appreciably quicker than 4G, and additionally is not on hand everywhere, it is predicted to develop extensively in the coming years and improve.

The new iPhones historically are launched in September, but due to COVID and what it did to manufacturing, Apple formerly had introduced that the iPhone launch would be delayed a few weeks.

Apple nevertheless held its standard September product expose however committed it to new variants of the iPad and Apple Watch and saved the iPhone for a 2d event.
Analysts assume Apple to launch 4 new fashions of the iPhone, all with 5G. Rival Samsung has launched various new Galaxy S fashions this year, all with 5G and Google simply introduced two new variations of the Pixel phone, additionally with 5G.

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The new iPhones are anticipated to have 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch display screen on the low side, with the Pro fashions clocking in with a 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch display. That would make the 6.7 inch model the biggest iPhone ever. The modern iPhone 11 Pro Max has a 6.5 inch screen.

Daniel Ives, an analyst with Wedbush Securities, believes Apple will promote between 75 million to 80 million of the new iPhones this year.

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