Analyst: All three of Apple’s new iPhones to be released in second week of September

Apple's 5.8-inch iPhone XS and 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max (right)
Apple’s current 5.8-inch iPhone XS and flagship 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max (right)

Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives writes in a note to clients that his latest checks show all three new “iPhone 11” models will be announced and released in September.

Benjamin Mayo for 9to5Mac:

According to the latest reports, we are expecting the new XR to be called ‘iPhone 11’ and the XS and XS Max replacements to be named ‘iPhone 11 Pro’.

It may sound obvious to say that all three iPhone 11 models are going on sale in September, but it does break the recent patterns.

Assuming the Wedbush supply chain checks are accurate, this would actually be the first year that Apple has launched a three-model flagship iPhone lineup with the same release date. More specifically, Dan Ives at Wedbush reports that the iPhone 11 trifecta will be released in the second week of September.

MacDailyNews Take: Bring ’em on!

It’ll be very interesting to see what tricks Apple has up their collective sleeve for the Camera app and this three-camera array and how they go about marketing what is obviously a placeholder iPhone meant to hold down the fort until the iPhone 5G super cycle comes roaring in to save the day in late 2020 and beyond. — MacDailyNews, July 20, 2019


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