Apple Officially Announces September 10th Press Event: 'By Innovation Only'

Apple Officially Announces September 10th Press Event: 'By Innovation Only'

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Apple has sent out press invitations to a special event on September 10th at which the company will unveil its next generation iPhones.

The 'By innovation only' event will take place at the company's Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino, California. It begins at 10:00am PT.

Besides iPhones, Apple could unveil its next generation Apple Watch during the presentation. It's also likely that we'll learn more about the Apple TV+ streaming service and Apple Arcade.

If the rumors are correct, we'd expect iPhone pre-orders to go live on Friday, September 13th with the new smartphone arriving in stores a week later. The next generation 'iPhone Pro' is said to keep largely the same design but gain a triple-lens rear camera, faster processor, multi-angle Face ID, shatter resistant glass, significantly upgraded video recording, two-way wireless charging, USB-C charger, and more.

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[via Verge]


Apple Officially Announces September 10th Press Event: 'By Innovation Only'

1reader - August 30, 2019 at 7:09pm
Did you guys read about latest hole in IOS or we have to wait for iclarified to mention of it. Big problem for everyone who thinks iOS is super secure (funny that the vulnerability was found by google)
Ace - August 29, 2019 at 7:14pm
The irony...
NoGoodNick - August 30, 2019 at 10:37pm
It’s actually related to the 6 ‘serious’ security risks that Apple already knew about and supposedly ‘fixed’. Turns out the same vulnerability is accessible through other means, which weren’t patched. At this point, there’s no telling how many additional ways to access it currently exist. Google only ‘found’ it by stumbling across a hidden hacker site which automatically loads a non-working iOS VIRUS. Again, the “NEW” vulnerability doesn’t actually do anything, but there are thousands of hackers, at least, searching for a way in that does work.
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