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Apple to livestream its iPhone launch event on YouTube; A first for the company

Apple will live stream the company’s September 10 iPhone launch event on YouTube this year, a first for the organization. Macintosh has in the past constrained the live stream of significant launch events to its official site, yet the upcoming iPhone 11 series launch event will be the first occasion when that Apple will stream on YouTube from the Steve Jobs Theater. In addition, Apple’s 2020 iPhone lineup is tipped to present another design language, 5G support and camera quality updates. 5G availability for every one of the 2020 iPhone models has been tipped earlier as well.

The live stream link for the September 10 iPhone 11 series launch event has gone live on Apple’s authentic YouTube channel. “Cupertino calling. Join us for an Apple special event live from the Steve Jobs Theater on September 10 at 10 a.m. PDT. Set a reminder and we’ll send an update before the show”, says the live stream page. A year ago, Apple live streamed the iPhone launch event on Twitter. With the YouTube move, users can watch the iPhone 11 series revealing ive on the YouTube application.

A 9to5Mac report refers to noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and cases that the 2020 iPhone lineup will present three improvements To begin with, they will flaunt an all new design. The subsequent change will be about “camera function upgrades”, however it isn’t certain whether it will be about hardware upgrades or programming improvements.

The third significant improvement will purportedly be 5G support. Kuo predicted in July that every one of the 2020 iPhone models will support 5G network, taking note of that the organization will almost certainly rival the new influx of 55G-ready low-cost Android smartphones by offering 5G in the entirety of its 2020 iPhone models.

Apple is tipped to launch three models – iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max – one week from now with some significant specifications. According to the leaked information, the iPhone 11 trio will be fueled by the A13 processor and will bring support for reverse wireless charging. The iPhone 11 will apparently pack double rear cameras, while the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max will raise the stakes with triple rear cameras.

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