Apple’s ‘iPhone 11’ Launch Date May Have Been Revealed By Latest iOS 13 Beta

The iPhone XS and XS Max on display during the devices' September 12, 2018, launch.

It appears that Apple may have included some information on the launch date of its 2019 iPhones on the latest version of its iOS beta.

As reported by The Verge, Brazilian tech site iHelp BR was the first to discover a reference to the possible “iPhone 11” launch date, shortly after Apple released iOS 13 beta 7 to developers on Thursday. Based on these findings, this new beta version comes with an image named “HoldForRelease” that highlights the date of September 10 on the iOS 13 home screen calendar. This image, per The Verge, is used by Apple to assist users in setting up new iPhones for the first time and has previously hinted at iPhone announcement dates in recent years.

Much like this year’s sighting, it was discovered last year that iOS 12 came with a similar asset, this time displaying a September 12 date. This was the same date when Apple’s iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR were first announced to the public.

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