September is coming, the event is coming apple where new ones are usually released Iphones and this means that the hearing and suction machine is accelerating.
They are expected three new iPhones the same size last year 5.8 and 6.5 inches in the high end that they replace XS and 6.1 inches replacing XR this year, but at least one of the models with a new three-lens camera, which will be one of the most significant features in the 2019 smartphone.
And at least this model will be called iPhone Pro according to an anonymous Twitter account that was successful in everything it posted weeks before the events of apple, For example: on September 3, 2018, he publishes the final names of the smartphones that the company presented days later, on September 12, 2018:
2018 iPhone Title:
iPhone Xs Max
See you next week
– CoinX (@coiiiiiiiin) September 3, 2018
He also announced that iPad Pro unveiled October 30, 2018 there will be no 3.5mm headphone jack:
Of course, without the headphone jack on the upcoming new iPad. 5.9mm thick is pretty good.
– CoinX (@coiiiiiiiin) October 12, 2018
Finally hit with a 10.5 inch iPad (not Pro) launched in 2019 and also told us that it will not launch simultaneously with other products. He did so on March 13, the month during which apple A new device was announced daily.
Both the iPad 7 (10.2 ”) and the“ new ”iPad (10.5” non-professional) are coming. But not at the same time.
– CoinX (@coiiiiiiiin) March 13, 2019
Now the account is posting a tweet forwarding the new name, iPhone Pro:
IPhone pro? Crazy naming schemes over the past few years.
– CoinX (@coiiiiiiiin) August 10, 2019
In parallel, MacRumors says they received an anonymous email on August 4 with the same information but did not publish it because they had no way of checking it. Filtering may come from marketing materials or device access from some software companies that work on applications so that they are published on the day the new smartphone is launched, taking advantage of the new features.
a iPhone Pro It makes sense at times when people work and use their smartphones professionally, not only for recording videos or photos, but also in productivity applications.