Apple announced the next-generation iPhone 11 this week, in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. There's also the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, with the Max going up to 512GB. And Leo says that Apple is offering up to $400 off on a trade-in of an old iPhone X. The iPhone 11 has two lenses, like the iPhone X, while the Pro models have three lenses. Leo says that the one thing that the iPhone can do, through FiLMiC Pro, is to record separate streams from at least two cameras at the same time. And Apple has also invented the "Slowfie!" A slow-motion selfie.
The scuttlebutt is, that on Oct. 30th, Apple will be announcing two new iPadPros, one 11", both bezeless, with FaceID. They will essentially be large versions of the iPhone X. But there's also a belief that Apple will make a slightly smaller 12" model, with a larger screen. There may also be no lightning port, but instead, a TypeC charger port. Leo also hopes that Apple introduces a new MacBook Air with a hi resolution screen. The rumor that Leo finds hard to believe is a new Mac Mini. He hopes so, it hasn't been updated in forever.
Apple will be having an event this Tuesday, October 30th in New York and Leo expects we'll see new MacBooks, and definitely a new iPad that will basically be a large iPhone XS. Tune in at live.twit.tv for our exclusive coverage!
Apple is going to have another event on October 30th, and Leo expects a new iPad Pro minus the bezel and hopefully new Macs. There were dozens of different invitations with various Apple logo designs that all said "There's More in the Making." The event will be held in New York City at 10AM Eastern time, 7AM Pacific.
Tuesday, Apple is holding an education event in Chicago, and many believe that they will be offering a lower cost iPad for education along with the Apple Pencil. But they may also update the MacBook Air. Leo says that Apple will need to get the price down to around $250 in order to compete with Chromebooks in the education realm.
September 12th, Apple is poised to announced the next generation iPhone. Rumored to be called the iPhone X, it may have an OLED screen, face ID, upgraded cameras, faster chips, and all the usual refinements. Yet, no home button, no touch ID button, and not even an on/off switch that we know of. Tune in to TWIT on Tuesday for our live coverage.
Apple announced the iPhone 7 this week, taking the "courageous" step of removing the headphone jack in favor of lightning connected ones. They also announced AirPods, which are wireless Bluetooth 4 headphones with microphones in each ear. They cost $159. The iPhone 7 Plus has two cameras, one 28mm wide angle and one 57mm telephoto. The Apple Watch Series 2 was also announced and it dropped the price of the Series 1 by $100, making it almost in the same price range as the Fitbit.
Rumors abound on what the iPhone 7 will look like. According to sources, there will be two, like previous models. An iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. One will have a dual camera lens. One will image in color, while the other images in black and white for depth. It will create a faux depth of field.
Find out more about what to expect from iPhone 7 at 9to5mac.com
Invitations are believed to be going out for Apple's Fall iPhone event on September 7th. Rumors point to the iPhone 7 removing the headphone jack in favor of either wireless airbuds or via a new lightning connected airbuds. There will also be a dual camera array which will take images in color and black and white to use it to make a more accurate image.
In a marathon two and a half product reveal event, Apple announced a new OS for the Apple Watch, a pair of new iPhones - dubbed the iPhone 6S and 6S+, the iPad Pro, and the new AppleTV. Leo says that. Leo says that the iPhone's new camera looks impressive, but Apple's new 3D Touch feature looks good too. There's three levels of touch that gives different menus and features. The new iPad Pro, however, proves that Apple's tablet has moved from a content consumption device to a bonafide productivity tool.