The “Apple Addict” can already check off next September 12 in their diary. According to Europe 1, it is on this date that the Apple brand will present to the press its new terminals, intended to take over from the iPhone X and the iPhone 8. Like last year, Apple’s traditional keynote will be held in the Steve Jobs Theater auditorium in Apple Park, the huge Californian campus of the American firm located in Cupertino. Apple has not yet formalized the date of its keynote, but the invitations should be sent in the coming days to media around the world.
After the launch with great fanfare of the iPhone X last year, the most expensive smartphone launched by the Apple brand to date, Apple’s next keynote should unsurprisingly make 2018 a year of transition. Nevertheless, no less than three new models are expected to be presented next month, according to Bloomberg. iPhone 11, iPhone X Plus… Rumors around the names of the next Apple terminals are going well, but a trend is emerging: the three new smartphones from the American firm should adopt the design of the iPhone X. The stake is important for Apple insofar as the Cupertino company lost its place as Samsung’s dolphin in the smartphone market in the second quarter, overtaken by the Chinese Huawei.
Models in the continuity of the iPhone X
If the official name of each of the three models is not yet known, they however have their code name internally, namely “D32”, “D33” and “N84”. This keynote will mark the disappearance of the home button since the three models will be equipped with the unlocking systems that have appeared on the iPhone X, namely by the side button and by facial recognition with Face ID, indicates Bloomberg. Expected as the top-of-the-line model, the “D33” is expected to cost at least as much, if not more, than the iPhone X. Featuring a glass back with stainless steel rims and dual lenses photo on the back, it will have a 6.5-inch OLED screen, which will make it the largest iPhone ever produced by Apple. Best of all, it will display the content of two applications at the same time.Apple-converted-space “>