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Aug 28, 2019 9:10 AM ET

Apple’s Pro iPhones, new iPads, and 16-inch MacBook Pro detailed in Bloomberg report


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Photo by James Bareham / The Verge

Multiple details about Apple’s upcoming lineup of iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, and Watches have emerged in a new report from Bloomberg. According to the report, two of the iPhones will be camera-focused “Pro” phones, with a new triple-lens camera design that will include a wide-angle lens for the first time in an Apple phone. Alongside the new phones, the report also includes details about the company’s plans for its upcoming iPads, Apple Watches, and a new MacBook Pro. The report also claims that Apple could release new AirPods and a smaller, cheaper HomePod as soon as next year.

The report claims that the two Pro iPhones — which will reportedly replace the company’s existing iPhone XS and XS Max — will be announced next month alongside a third model that’s set to replace last year’s iPhone XR. A previous rumor suggests that Apple is planning a September 10th launch event for its latest phones. We’ve heard these rumors for months, but Bloomberg’s report also offers some new details about the so-called iPhone 11 (final naming is unknown). Apple is said to be planning a multi-angle Face ID sensor, allowing the feature to work when the iPhone 11 is flat on a table. The handset is also rumored to include some form of shatter-resistance technology that will help when the iPhone is dropped.

The report doesn’t give exact details on when we might see Apple announce and release the new iPad, MacBook Pro, and Apple Watch models, but Bloomberg notes that it expects them to come at some point in 2019.

Photo by James Bareham / The Verge
The current top-end iPhones feature a dual-lens camera design.

Check out the highlights of the report’s predictions for Apple’s 2019 lineup below.

Apple’s 2019 iPhones

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge
The overall appearance of this year’s iPad Pros are expected to be consistent with last year’s models (pictured).

Apple’s 2019 iPads

Apple’s 2019 MacBook Pros

Apple’s 2019 Apple Watch

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