Apple Store Goes Down Ahead of iPhone 11 Series Launch Today

Apple Store Goes Down Ahead of iPhone 11 Series Launch Today

As is tradition, Apple’s online store is still down, just hours before the company’s big event where it is widely expected to launch three new iPhone models – the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. If you visit the Apple Store now, you’ll be greeted with a message that says, “Come back right.” We are updating in the Apple Store. Check back soon. “The company’s Apple store move down is not surprising as it has become a tradition ahead of a major Apple event that includes hardware launches – be it WWDC or the iPhone Keynote every year.

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Apple has taken down its online store for a brief period to update the website with new product details (and inventory) hours before the event. The event will begin at 10 am PDT (10:30 am IST) and will be live-streamed via the Apple website, Apple Events app and YouTube.

The cheapest model in the 2019 iPhone family is rumored to be priced at a starting price of $ 749 (about Rs 53,700), and the most expensive iPhone 11 Pro Max (512GB) variant is priced at $ 1,299 (about Rs 93,000). Pre-orders for the iPhone 11 models may begin on September 13, with their availability slated for September 20. The phone can be made available in 64GB, 128GB. 256GB, and 512GB storage options.

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Expected specifications on all three new iPhone models include the new A13 chip and iOS 13 software. . In terms of display, the 2019 iPhone models will have the same screen size as their predecessors – 6.1 inches for the iPhone 11, 5.8 inches for the iPhone 11 Pro, and 6.5 inches for the iPhone Pro Max. Apple is said to have removed pressure-sensitive 3D touch technology from top-end models in favor of haptic touch. Two of the three phones will have triple rear cameras in a quad module, focusing on wide-angle photography, low-light images, and video recording. Apple will also add AI-capabilities to imaging.

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