The tech giant sent invites, revealing the big debut of the much-anticipated iPhone 11 on September 10th in Cupertino. On the invite, it says the event is “By invitation only.”
Changing the way humans understand the universe, this discovery shows huge ancient galaxies. “These were previously invisible to us,” says University of Tokyo researcher Tao Wang. He continues, saying “this is the first time that such a large population of massive galaxies was confirmed during the first 2 billion years of the 13.7-billion-year life of the universe.” Access to the research article can be found on nature.com.
Featuring a True Tone Retina display, the updated laptop comes with Touch Bar and Touch ID. Starting at $1099, it’s only $999 for students. The new MacBook Air replaces their previous MacBook Air without the Retina display. The press release also announces the brand is discontinuing the 12-inch MacBook.
Taipei’s PC-related event has shown us that smartphones are likely to improve as they’ll have access to significantly faster CPUs. Additionally, AMD announced its Navi GPU geared toward consumers, Intel has a new Core i9 that will have 4GHz speed, and Lenovo has an upcoming Project Limitless laptop with a battery that will last days.
In a surprise announcement, Apple confirmed three new iPhone designs by publicly filing for the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone XR2. The leak confirms different storage sizes of each model as well as different suppliers. There is still no word on new iPad models.