THIS OFFICE: Apple has unveiled its 2019 iPhone lineup: the iPhone 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max and, er, iPhone 11.
Pro-branded models have been touted as the "most powerful iPhones ever", naturally, and the first of the sport's triple-camera brands. They also feature a new "Pro" design created from matte stainless steel, all-new 5.8in and 6.5in Super Retina RDX displays and Apple's newly-debuted A13 Bionic CPU.
The lower-spec iPhone 11 also features an "all-new" design, with reworked glass and aluminum chassis that is said to be the hardest on a smartphone to date. There is also a new camera setup consisting of 12MP wide and ultra-wide lenses, and a range of new color options including yellow, purple and green.
We've rounded up everything you need to know about Apple's trio of new iPhones below.
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However, for those who did not get their pre-order early, shipping times are slipping here at Blighty. All iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max models will ship now between 2 and 9 October, while the iPhone 11 will ship from September 25th.
Apple has announced that, here at Blighty, the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max will be available from £ 1,099 and £ 1,149, respectively, despite fetching $ 999 and $ 1,099 respectively US.
The "entry-level" iPhone 11, which is available in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB configurations, is available for £ 729; that's £ 70 less than last year's iPhone XR.
Here in the UK, new iPhones are offered, unsurprisingly, by all major networks.
BT has started getting pre-orders for all three models of the iPhone 11. The iPhone 11 is available for £ 30 from £ 55 a month, the iPhone 11 Pro for £ 100 from at £ 68 per month and the iPhone 11 Pro Max for £ 100 in tariffs starting at £ 73.
More than EE, the iPhone 11 can be selected from £ 44 per month, while a pricier £ 64 That plan will pack you unlimited data. The iPhone 11 Pro is available from £ 64 a month, or £ 84 for unlimited data, while the iPhone 11 Pro Max starts at £ 69 per month, with endless data available at a £ 89 tariff .
O2, which has even started offering unlimited data contracts for the first time, is offering all three iPhones and all with a £ 29 premium. With O2's recommended 90GB data, the iPhone 11 can be obtained for £ 51.55 per month, the iPhone 11 Pro for £ 61.44 per month and the 11 Pro Max for £ 64.31.
Three offers the iPhone 11 for £ 49 in tariffs starting from £ 41 per month, with the most expensive £ 58 contract offering unlimited 4G data. The iPhone 11 Pro will fetch £ 79 in tariffs from £ 55 to £ 85, while the top-of-the-line Pro Max is available for the same price from £ 73 to £ 89 per month.
Sky Mobile sells the iPhone 11 from £ 36 per month with 10GB data for a "limited time", although a cheaper £ 32 plan with 1GB data is also available. The incredibly expensive iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are available for £ 37 and £ 41 upwards in tariffs from £ 43 and £ 47 per month, respectively.
Virgin Mobile, the UK's smaller known network, has begun selling iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max with 50GB data for £ 39, £ 50 and £ 54 per month, respectively. . It also offers AirPods buyers for an extra quid a month.
Vodafone has started taking pre-orders and is charging the iPhone 11 for £ 29 from £ 45 per month, and the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max for £ 49 with tariffs starting at £ 57 and £ 63, respectively.
19/9/19: It's not even out, but someone has managed to pull an iPhone 11 Pro Max. Teardown, courtesy of DChannel on YouTube, shows that Apple's highest spec-iPhone model packs a 4,000mAh 15.04 watt-hour battery – that's about 25 percent larger than 12.06 watts -hour XS Max. Apple once again used an L-shaped battery to use as much capacity as it couldn't, a design that was initially pioneered by the now-defunct iPhone X.
10/9/19: Apple unveiled 2019 iPhones: the iPhone 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max and entry level on the iPhone 11.
Models that branded Pro has, naturally, been touted as Apple's most powerful iPhones to date and both handsets sport a brand-new "Pro-grade" surgical-grade stainless steel. steel with a matte available at midnight green and gold finish.
More interestingly, the handsets are the first of its sport triple-camera arrays, with Apple adding a new 12MP wide-angle lens alongside of the main and telephoto lens. While this setup will allow you to capture more of a scene, it also means that you will have to put a lid on the back of the handset thanks to its Pixel 4-esque square camera hump.
Like Google, Apple is lending its camera software. The iPhone 11 lineup will send a dedicated Night mode to improve performance in dark lighting, which automatically kicks in when you shoot in the dark.
Under the hood, Apple's new iFlagships sport 13 Bionic CPUs, which it proudly touting as "the fastest CPU ever on a smartphone," adding that it also has "the fastest GPU in a smartphone, "din. As well as providing the iPhone 11 Pro with more power, Apple promises four hours of extra battery life compared to last year's XS.
The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max also feature 5.8in 6.8in and "Super Retina XDR" OLED screens with a 2,000,000: 1 contrast ratio and up to 1,200 nits of brightness and, finally, a quick charger included in the box.
The simply named iPhone 11 is Apple's new entry-level model. It features an anodised aluminum and glass chassis that Apple claims is the hardest to find on a smartphone to date and is available in a number of new colors including purple, white, yellow, green, black, red.
While it does not boast the same triple-camera setup as its flagship, it features an upgraded dual-camera setup consisting of 12MP wide and ultra-wide sensors.
10/9/19: Analyst Ming Chi-Kuo spouts a few last-minute iPhone 11s, and that's not good news. As reported by 9to5Mac Kuo believes Apple will lower its long-range wireless-sharing functionality from iPhones this year because "charging efficiency cannot be meet Apple's requirements, "though he noted that the new handsets will offer fast charging support out of the box. He also discarded previous rumors of Apple Pencil support for the iPhone 11.
9/9/19: Apple has announced that, for the first time, you will be able to stream 10 September iPhone event on YouTube; Previously, Apple watchers forced to use an Apple device or Microsoft's Edge browser on Windows 10. The event will kick-off at 6pm UK time on Tuesday, and we'll bring you all news on what happened. Natch.
6/9/19: It's been just a few days since the official launch of the iPhone 11, so – natural images have surfaced online allegedly giving us viewing devices & # 39; final design.
The snaps ( above ), originating through the maker of Nood Cases, display the familiar, sleek design of the handset, and feature the long-rumored triple – lens camera system mounted on a square bump behind the iPhone 11. Interestingly, the casemaker refers to the three incoming iPhone models as the iPhone XIR 11 iPhone XI 11 Pro and iPhone XI 11 Pro Max .
4/9/19: A leak of internal documents has confirmed that Apple has three iPhones lined up for next week; the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The document, spied by AppleBeta2019 also states that new iPhones will run on iOS 13.0 out of the box, with 13.0.1 moving as an OTA update in October following of the stable release of iOS 13.1.
The 10-page document, seen by AppleInsider also states that four new Apple Watches will be released in September, with two new iPad models scheduled to arrive next month.
3/9/19: The A13 chipset of the iPhone 11 first appeared on Geekbench. The benchmarks, confirming the new iPhone will boast 4GB RAM compared, showed the iPhone 11 scoring 5,415 for single-core and 11,294 for multi-core. If legit, it means Apple's new iPhones are about 12 percent faster for single-core tasks, but the multicore mark remains unchanged as the A13 chip continues to include six core, presumably in a similar setup to the A12.
28/8/19: Apple reportedly deleted the & # 39; Walkie-Talkie & # 39; the iPhone 11 weeks before the launch of the handset. So don't say Information reporting that feature, called & # 39; Project OGRS (Off-Grid Radio Service) & # 39; is internal, has been developed in collaboration with Intel and allows messages to be sent between iPhones for a long time. -based radio waves that cross cellular networks.
It is unclear why Apple ended this feature, though Information notes that the departure of the project's executive, Ruben Caballero, may have been a factor, such as deciding Apple will dissolve Intel in favor of a Qualcomm modem.
27/8/19: With only weeks to go until Apple's next launch, a YouTuber is said to be posting first-hand-video videos with the iPhone 11 Pro. The clip, shared by ConceptsiPhone, shows a dummy iPhone 11 unit, all-but-confirming this bulging square-shaped camera surrounded by the same gold stainless steel running around the edges of the device. The two-minute video doesn't tell us anything else we don't know, but one thing is certain: you'll need a new case.
22/8/19: A new mega-report from Bloomberg claimed Apple's incoming iPhones will feature triple-camera systems, reverse wireless charging functionality and a new multi-angle Face ID sensor.
The report also confirms rumors about the "Pro" grant scheme for Apple's OLED models. Both the Pro and the so-called Pro Max will feature triple cameras made up of wide-angle, telephoto and ultra-wide lenses, according to the report, while the iPhone XR sequel will be upgraded from a single to in a dual-camera system.  iPhone 11 Pro camera software is also getting an upgrade; it is able to take three images at once from each of the lenses and combine them together to create higher-resolution images that "venture into some traditional cameras", according to Bloomberg and boasts enhanced low-light capabilities.
Reserve wireless charging is also coming, allowing users to juice AirPods on the back of handsets, such as an upgraded "multi-angle" Face ID system that takes a wider reach field of view so users can unlock handsets more easily. , the report claims.
Bloomberg is also confirming earlier rumors of a new matte design, noting that "at least some colors" will feature a dull finish. The design will also be more durable, with suped-up water resistance and better wear-resistance.
22/8/19: Images of cases for the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, revealed by MobileFun retail, have added weight to earlier rumors that the handsets will boast Apple Pencil support. 
Olixar case ( above ) features a cutout to hold an Apple Pencil, even though it won't be the same version sent on the iPad Pro. Instead, the casemaker hopes the iPhone 11 Pro will feature a shorter, lighter design optimized for Apple's smartphone line-up.
21/8/19: But another rumor says the iPhone will lower 11 long-lasting 5W chargers in favor of the same USB-C charger transmitting the iPad Pro. CharerLab tweeted ( below ) that the new iPhones will be sent with an Apple USB-C plug and a Lightning to USB-C cable in the box, which – if correct – will be marked on the first time the iPhone was shipped with a fast charger.
However, as per 9to5Mac it is worth noting that ChargerLAB tweeted a similar prediction last year, it is incorrect to say that the charger will ship to the iPhone XS and iPhone XR.
20/8/19: Apple's iPhone 11 lineup will boast a new design and double the storage of last year's models, according to YouTuber EverythingApplePro and XDA Developers & # 39; Max Weinbach.
Echoing recent predictions from Ming-Chi Kuo, tipsters claim that some 2019 iPhone models will feature a new "rainbow" design; Apple is not planning on a multicolored iPhone, but the handsets will reportedly feature a new coating that will give them a rainbow-like "shimmer" look, similar to the one seen on the Galaxy Note 10.
Pointing they're also a newcomer to the iPhone 11 line, which feels "very different" compared to Apple's current crop of handsets.
Separately, the leak points to more storage on iPhones this year; while the iPhone XS and XR have 64GB base storage, the incoming models are said to boast 128GB base storage, with 256GB and 512GB configurations.
19/8/19: Apple may have accidentally announced the launch date of the iPhone 11 in the latest iOS beta. IOS 13 beta 7 was pushed to developers last week, and iHelp BR saw an asset suggesting the iPhone 11 debut on 10 September; an image, titled HoldForRelease, includes the date on the Calendar app of the iOS 13 home screen. While there is no confirmation, it is worth noting that iOS 12 has a similar image with a September 12 date – the date Apple announced the iPhone XS and XS Max.
12/8/19: Apple's highest spec of the iPhone could come as the iPhone 11 Pro. So reliable Twitter tipster CoinX said that last year accurately predicted the names of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR, tweets: "& # 39; Pro & # 39; on iPhone? Crazy giving schemes over the last few years. "
Separately, MacRumours received a tip from an anonymous source saying:" The square iPhone camera will be called iPhone 11 Pro. This is a fact. "
6/8/19: According to Softbank president Ken Miyauchi, by Macotakara, the iPhone 11 was for sale on September 20.
Speaking on a earnings call. , Miyauchi released the date while responding to a question about how Softbank plans to handle the release of the iPhone next month in Japan that will require carriers to separate data and device plans effective October 1: "Honestly , I wonder what I should do in 10 days, "he said. "No, I shouldn't say that … Still, I don't know when the new iPhone will be released. However, after almost 10 days, it will be ignored."
As 9to5Mac speculation, it probably means that the iPhone 11 will make its official debut on 10 September, with pre-orders kicking off on 13 September.
1/8/19: Apple & # 39; s 2019 iPhones may be the first to support the Apple Pencil. So says a report from Citi Research, Business Insider found that it included "support for the iPhone pencil / stylus" in the list of features expected to be seen on the iPhone 11. The stylus was first introduced in 2015 in conjunction with the first-generation iPad Pro, and support since its expansion on the iPad Air and iPad mini.
The city also expects the iPhone 11 lineup to include a larger battery, a bezel-free screen similar to the one seen on the current iPhone XS, a triple rear camera array and a 10MP front-facing camera. It is said that the pricing of the 2019 iPhones will remain the same as last year's models.
23/7/19: Apple & # 39; s The iPhone 11 lineup will consist of three models packing an A13 chip, Lightning port and a & # 39 'all-new' Taptic Engine to enable improved haptic feedback, according to 9to5Mac .
While the screen on the handset – known as & # 39; D42 & # 39; (iPhone 11), & # 39; D43 & # 39; (iPhone 11 Max) and & # 39; N104 & # 39; (iPhone 11R) will remain unchanged, you can expect an upgrade in the camera department. The report states that the square-shaped system will include a wide-angle lens that will enable a new feature called & # 39; Smart-Frame & # 39; capturing the area around the framed portion of the photos and videos so the user can adjust the framing and views.
Around, the iPhone 11 boasts an upgraded camera capable of capturing 120fps slow-mo footage.
Unsurprisingly, 9to5Mac notes that Apple's 2019 iPhones will be unveiled at a yet-to-be-scheduled event in September.
17/7/19: YouTuber MKBHD got its mitts on dummy models of the so-called iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R ( below ), where he offers the mopes an "underwhelming" upgrade to last year's models.
Still, his stunning hands give us our closest look at the iPhone 11 line-up yet and confirm that all three models will feature a square-shaped camera. On the iPhone 11 and 11 Max it will deliver three lenses – standard, telephoto, and ultra-wide, while the iPhone 11R will likely boast only standard and ultra-wide sensors.
Furthermore, dummy models show that the handsets will feature a similar design to the iPhone XS and XS Max; there is a Lightning port that runs asymmetrical bottom speakers, and a notch around the front that "new" sensors for faster Face ID.