Apple is set to unveil its next-generation iPhones and iPads at its New York event on Monday, July 11.
The company has already unveiled the iPhone X and iPhone 8, but the event is set for its own location, which means attendees can expect to see Apple’s latest iPhones and new iPads.
There are some interesting details to be gleaned from the Apple event.
The iPhone X is set on a 9.7-inch screen and has a resolution of 576 x 2160.
Apple is also calling it a new iPhone, while the iPhone 8 is the 8 Plus and will sport a larger screen.
The iPhone X will come with a 6-inch display.
Apple has not yet revealed the screen size for the iPhone 9.
But we do know that the new iPhones will have a larger display than the iPhone 7, which had a 6.1-inch LCD display.
The new iPhones and iPad will also come with an upgraded camera system, along with improved performance, and a faster processor.
We’ll have more from the event in the coming days, but we do have a few more tidbits from the new iPhone X unveiling.
According to a leak from a source close to Apple, the new devices will have an aluminum body with a glass back.
The front is also rumored to have a glass-back design.
The new iPhones are also reportedly going to have OLED screens, which will offer a new form factor and better performance than the existing displays.
The camera system will be upgraded to an 8MP sensor, and Apple is expected to unveil new camera lenses with optical image stabilization (OIS).
The new iPhone will also feature an optical image stabilizer.
The updated iPhone is expected on sale sometime in the fall.
We’re hoping for a September release.