Less than two weeks after the Apple iPhone 11 release date. Apparently, a screenshot of iOS 13 found in the latest beta version. It seems to confirm when Apple will announce its next-generation devices.
It Seems That Apple has chosen Tuesday 10 September
The screenshot is called “HoldForRelease” and presents the Calendar app with the date clearly set on Tuesday 10. The month is not displayed, but the day is perfectly aligned with September. Which coincides with the usual calendar of apple ads. Lending more credit is the fact that a similar screenshot was found in one of Apple’s beta versions of iOS 12 last year. It showed September 12, a date that was later confirmed for the presentations of iPhone XS and iPhone XR.
Given that the iPhone 11 series should now debut on Tuesday 10th September. The pre-orders for the next trio of Apple devices will probably start on Friday 13th September. The actual launch, instead, should take place on Friday 20 September. This coincides perfectly with the previously reported release date.
On an unrelated note, an iPadOS 13 screen showing the same date was also detected. It is said that Apple is planning the debut of a new 10.2-inch iPad along with its next-generation iPhones. And this image suggests it will.
iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 could arrive later than expected
If Apple adheres to its typical iOS release program, the next versions of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 will be available for download for devices like iPhone 8, iPhone XS, iPad Pro (2018) and iPad Air (2019) Monday, September 16th. However, today’s results suggest that this may not be the case.
Another pair of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 screens that must be used on older devices. It shows the calendar screen on Monday 23. This is a week later than expected, suggesting that Apple could give its developers an extra week. It is to make sure that everything works on the products of the previous generation. After all, unlike iOS 12, which was largely error-free. The beta versions of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 were plagued with problems from the beginning. And many of which have not yet been resolved.
The disadvantage of this movement is that iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 will be exclusive to the iPhone 11 series. And the 10.2-inch iPad (2019) for three days because they are ready for launch Friday, September 20, as previously mentioned.
What will the next Apple iPhone be called?
In the last year, the upcoming iPhones have been consistently referred to as iPhone XI or iPhone 11 line. But a reliable informant recently suggested that Apple’s final names might be slightly different. Specifically, they mentioned the nickname “Pro” but left enough room for speculation. Because they did not provide further details in this regard.
The most logical strategy would be to create two very separate alignments. The successor to the iPhone XR could be marketed simply as iPhone (2019). While the substitutes for iPhone XS and XS Max could be called iPhone Pro (5.8 inches) and iPhone Pro (6.5 inches).
An alternative strategy that has recently been cited by a case author would also make sense. Although the names would eventually be clumsier. In this case, the iPhone XR 2019 would be called iPhone 11. And the successor to the iPhone XS would be called the iPhone 11 Pro. Meanwhile, the 6.5-inch model could land like the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
The last possibility is perhaps the most direct of all. It would imply that iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max replacements are marketed as iPhone 11R, iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro respectively.