The launch of the iPhone 2019 happens this Tuesday (10), at 14h, in the time of Brasilia. Apple is expected to present the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max at an event at the company's headquarters in Cupertino, United States. For the first time, the presentation will be shown live on YouTube. So far, the company limited transmission to some specific devices and systems.
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In addition, Apple has selected 508 Apple Stores around the world where audiences can watch live performances, but no Brazilian stores are on the list. The broadcast of the event will also be available to Apple TV users through the Apple Events app. Here are all the ways to watch the new iPhone launch. Remember that TechTudo will follow the announcements directly from the event, bringing all the details about the phones, such as specifications and prices.
Event this Tuesday present new iPhones Photo: Reproduction / Apple
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How to watch the event in real time
Broadcasting on YouTube ends previous year limitations. Until then, Apple released the presentation only on specific devices and operating systems. One of the requirements, for example, was to open the event link in Safari on computers running macOS 10.12 Sierra or later, or on Edge for Windows 10 PCs. With the novelty, anyone can keep up with ads, including devices running Android, just play the video below.
In addition to YouTube, as usual, Apple also broadcast the event from its official website (https://www.apple.com/apple-events/). Last year, the company's Twitter profile was chosen as the event's broadcast platform, which should not be repeated this year. Already Apple TV users (from the second generation) can watch the company's events through the Apple Events app. To do this, simply open the service at the scheduled time for the announcement.
iPhone XS Max to be replaced by iPhone 11 Pro Max Photo: Bruno De Blasi / TechTudo
Backstage of the new iPhone
In recent months, some rumors have moved expectations for the release of this Tuesday's event. It is possible for Apple to introduce three new iPhones: 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. Among the expected specifications, it is rumored to be a 6.1 inch screen and dual rear camera for the incoming iPhone 11. The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Max would feature a 5.8 and 6.5 inch display respectively. Both would also receive a triple rear camera system. As in 2018, the new handsets should replace the previous models, in this case the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR.
The iPhone 11 Pro may be presented as a response to Samsung's newly released Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus. The 2019 generation of the iPhone can still receive a new version called iPhone 11R with 6.1 inches screen. The product has been speculated as a possible successor to the iPhone XR.
iPhone 11 will keep lightning and bring Tapctic Engine Photo: Reproduction / 9to5Mac
Recently, a rumor has indicated that the new iPhone 11 Pro will be compatible with the Apple Pencil, the electronic pencil that has already received integration with the iPad. The tip of the novelty came with a brand of capinhas that released images where you can check a compartment for the mini pen. If confirmed, the feature could make the model a direct competitor to the Galaxy Note 10, which comes with the S Pen.
The new generation could still bring significant advances in photo quality and a processor to replace the Apple A12. In addition, models can count on reversible wireless charging system, as well as recent Samsung launches and Huawei P30 Pro. The technology can even recharge other wired devices such as AirPods.
In addition to iPhones, new Apple Watch models are also expected. Still according to rumors, the smart bracelet may receive a finishing update developed in ceramic and titanium. The event could also be the confirmation of two new versions of the device in 44 mm format.
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