September 10, Apple will introduce new smartphones. On September 13, pre-order will be open, and on the 20th, they will begin to be delivered to first customers and sold in stores. This was reported by MacRumors, citing a source related to one of the largest US telecom operators.
In previous years, it was about the same: Apple opened a pre-order for new iPhones two or three days after the presentation, and a week later deliveries and a wide sale began. The exception was 2017 when the iPhone X was delayed until November due to production difficulties and was in short supply for some time.
Apple will introduce three new models of smartphones, which will be called the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The simplest will be equipped with a 6.1-inch IPS screen, while the other two will receive 5.8 and 6.5-inch OLEDs. Smartphones no longer have 3D Touch, but they still have a tactile response (like the iPhone XR), improved Face ID face scanner and uses the A13 processor with an updated AMX coprocessor to perform some tasks, including ensuring data protection. Tighter placement of the components on the logic boards allowed Apple to install high-capacity batteries and large camera modules with several sensors in these smartphones.
Recently, Apple has focused on online sales. However, some buyers still prefer to stand in line for several days to get a new iPhone among the first.