We're back: the annual event where Apple supporters are eagerly awaiting the specifications, design and availability of this year's iPhone models. This is the third year in a row where we expect three new phones. Rumor has it that they will all be awarded a pro. Will Apple opt for this somewhat uninspired naming scheme?
Other rumors include great new camera moves such as slow motion selfies, an upgrade to the lower-priced iPhone XR (with a new green option), more about the upcoming iOS 13 and macOS Catalina operating systems, and new versions of the Apple Watch and perhaps even one 1
What is the truth in one of these rumors? To find out, we will follow Apple's September 10 announcements. You can do that too.
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