Apple pulls iPhone 11 videos from YouTube ahead of iPhone 12 launch

Apple pulls iPhone 11 videos from YouTube ahead of iPhone 12 launch

Apple's upcoming major event does not appear for the iPhone 12 - but potentially a host of other products instead.

For now, it's pretty clear that we're getting closer to the moment the new iPhone will be available for purchase, and Apple is projected to announce all details at an event on September 15, including the full information on market availability.

The event will be streamed on its website next Tuesday, September 15.

Now a new claim by leaker "Ice Universe" that was shared on Weibo and reported by MacRumors reveals that Samsung will be providing a "large number" of foldable display samples to help Apple in the development of a future iPhone.

A new iPad Air is also expected.

Apple will also likely improve the camera tech too, though we'll have to wait until launch day to find out more about that.

While this recent report that Apple is now trying out actual folding displays from Samsung would seem to contradict that, the reality is that Apple is nearly certainly exploring multiple options right now, and likely building multiple prototypes to match.

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Reports point to Apple's entire 2020 iPhone line sharing the same design language as the more recent iPad Pro, including the tablet's more squared-off edges, giving the devices a more iPhone 4-like look.

Apple may also unveil at the event both lower- and higher-end Apple Watches, a smaller HomePod speaker and the first-ever Apple branded over-the-ear headphones, according to Synovus Trust Company senior portfolio manager Daniel Morgan. From what I'm told and everything Apple has said on earnings calls, the new iPhone is coming a few weeks later.

However, not all sources agree with what Apple will be showcasing at the event.

There's also a possibility we could finally see Apple's often-rumoured Tile-like AirTag Bluetooth tracking gadget, which has been rumoured for several months now. But this time, the tech giant has done things differently. Could it be the first Mac with an ARM processor?

"We believe [the September 15] event will primarily be focused on the next Apple Watch models and potentially a new lineup of iPads", Ives said in an email to CNN Business.

The usual hype around Apple devices and services is inevitable.

Media reports say that Apple is also preparing to launch a bundle of its services that's now called "Apple One".

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