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‘iOS 13’ Last Beta, ‘iPhone 11’ Unveils Promotional History

16.08.2019
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The latest beta version of iOS 13, released in detail, reveals when the iPhone 11 will be introduced. According to the tanı HoldForRelease, the iPhone 11 will be introduced on September 10th.

Apple released the latest beta version of iOS 13 to developers today. A detail in this new beta release can be seen as evidence of when Apple will launch iPhone 11 activity. The detail in the latest beta of iOS 13, which was discovered by iHelp BR, says the iPhone 11 will be introduced at the event on September 10th.

A detail in the shared iOS 13 Beta 7 shows an iOS screenshot of Tuesday, September 10th. This detail is called “HoldForRelease.. The resulting date seems to be consistent with the release dates that have been introduced frequently in the past months and the timing of events held by Apple in previous years.

With the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11R will also mark the event:

‘iOS 13’ Last Beta, ‘iPhone 11’ Unveils Promotional History

Apple is now expected to introduce three new iPhone models at the September event, including the iPhone 11 Pro. Earlier this week, an analyst said Apple would continue to release three new iPhone models this year. This year’s iPhone program is expected to consist of the new version of iPhone 11 and iPhone XR. In the new version of the iPhone XR, one camera is expected to be added in addition to the single camera in the first version.

The iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max are expected to have three-lens camera settings. Last month, 9to5Mac suggested that the new iPhones will feature an A13 processor, a revised Taptic Engine and new camera features.

According to the details revealed, the press invitations are expected to be distributed next month due to Apple’s iPhone 11 event on September 10th. What are the features you expect to be introduced with the event and what’s new on the iPhone 11? Do not forget to share with us in the comments.

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