It is expected that the tech giant is going to launch three new iPhones at the event coming Tuesday. According to reports, it will be held on the company’s campus at the Steve Jobs Theater.
Wedbush Securities analysts Daniel Ives and Strecker Backe in a research note, wrote, “The main event of next week’s launch will be the flagship iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max, as these smartphones represent the crux of improvements coming in this year’s releases.
The new triple camera lens technology in iPhone 11 Pro that will work in unison for users taking pictures, along with some next-generation AI capabilities built into this year’s iPhones will be the key specs showcased, in our opinion.”
The analysts also predict the iPhone 11 Pro will also incorporate a video upgrade involving real-time re-cropping technology.
Wedbush expects that the price of the base iPhone 11 will be $749, with the price of the iPhone 11 Pro at $999 and the iPhone 11 Pro Max at $1,099.
CFRA Research analyst Angelo Zino thinks that the three phones that are successors to Apple’s iPhone XR, XS and X Max will cost $749, $999 and $1,199. According to Zino, you could have better optical zoom and improved performance in low-light conditions with the triple-lens camera on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone Pro Max.
In a research note, he wrote, “All phones will come with a more powerful A13 processor from Taiwan Semiconductor, which will of course bring about better performance and efficiency.”
Along with the three new iPhones, Zino thinks that Apple will disclose an upgrade to the Apple Watch and more details on new service offerings. He wrote, “The Apple Watch Series 5 will look like the Series 4. It is believed that [Apple] will look to unveil a new ceramic casing design as well as a titanium Apple Watch for the Series 5 models.”