With less than 24 hours before Apple's big iPhone 11 launch, an online spy has gone and crashed the party. The mammoth leak includes the names, pricing and camera specs for Apple's new phones - which is pretty much everything you need to know. Here are the details.
Last night, SlashLeaks contributor '[email protected]_VN' dropped a bombshell on the site, sharing a screenshot that contains all the information Apple was doubtlessly hoping to keep under wraps until the big reveal on Wednesday.
— /LEAKS (@Slashleaks) September 9, 2019
According to the new leak, the next iPhone range will be known as the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. (So no iPhone 'XI' or '11R', then. Phew.)
They will range in price from $US749 to $US1299, which translates to around $1310 and $1890 in Australian dollars. However, once you factor in GST and the inevitable Aussie markup, you can expect to pay a fair bit more Down Under. Such is life.
The leak also gave us fresh details on each phone's display and primary camera. Here are the prices and photog specs. (Note: all prices are in US dollars.)
iPhone 11 Pro Max
- 6.5-inch OLED display, 12-megapixel camera
- 512GB: $1,299
- 256GB: $1,199
- 128GB: $1,099
- iPhone 11 Pro Max Release date: 20 September
iPhone 11 Pro
- 5.8-inch OLED display, 12-megapixel camera
- 512GB: $1,199
- 256GB: $1,099
- 128GB: $999
- iPhone 11 Pro Release date: 20 September
- 6.1-inch LCD display, 12-megapixel camera
- 256GB: $899
- 128GB: $799
- 64GB: $749
- iPhone 11 Release date: TBD
Oddly, the leaker didn't provide a release date for the entry-level iPhone 11, which could mean Apple is going for a 'staggered' release schedule. Tellingly, Google and Samsung both released entry-level models of their flagships several months after the initial launch, so perhaps Apple is following suit.
It could be a sneaky way to make die-hard iPhone fans buy the more expensive models. Or maybe the leaker got it wrong. All will be revealed during tomorrow's launch which you can watch live here.
What are your thoughts on the above specs and prices? Are they about what you were expecting? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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