Apple has released the seventh beta of the iOS 13 operating system, with photos showing the date indicating the launch of new iPhone models. According to them, this will happen on September 10 this year.
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The screenshot, called "HoldForRelease", shows, among other things, an icon of the iOS Calendar app, which is dated September 10. This, of course, does not mean that iPhone 11 models will be introduced at this time, but given that a screenshot was shown last year, which was marked on September 12 (the date on which the iPhone 10 phones were presented ), then things get much clearer, reports PC Press.
Even if this photo had not been released to the public, it could be expected that the premiere of the new phones would take place at this time. Apple has been introducing new iPhones for some time during this period. The events always ran on the second Tuesday in September, except last year when it aired on Wednesday (probably because Tuesday fell on a September 11th date).
In addition to three new iPhones, Apple is also expected to introduce a new Apple Watch. Informally, there are also sporadic references to the redesigned MacBook Pro with a 16-inch screen, though this information must be retained. In addition to the aforementioned things, the first stable release of iOS 13 is expected to launch, as well as macOS Catalina operating systems, which will be available to users a few weeks after the event.