Apple is set to unveil the latest model of the iPhone today at 10am PDT (5pm GMT). Heavily rumoured to be named the iPhone 11, the new smartphone will be showcased at the Steve Jobs Theater at the Apple Park HQ in Cupertino, California.
Leaks suggest we’re likely to see three new models, an ‘affordable’ XR successor, a Pro model and a larger-sized Pro Max model.
As always, we can expect upgraded camera functions, better battery life, etc. Perhaps even some news about 5G compatibility, if we’re lucky. As it’s Apple, there will probably be a surprise or two, maybe a new Apple Watch and even some more advanced AR technology across its range.
Something new that we definitely know is happening is how you can livestream the event. For the first time ever, Apple is streaming the iPhone announcement on YouTube. Check back here at 10am PDT (5pm GMT) and watch the event live below:
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