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Three New iPhone Models to be Released in September

These are the three new iPhone models to be released in September: The A2 and A22 codes are said to be two models of iPhone 11 and iPhone XR2 which will be released in September this year.Three New Iphone Models To Be Released in September 1The information on the iPhone 11 and iPhone XR2 appeared with dense density and caused a lot of controversy about the design. According to Forbes, the information of its iPhone models this year has been revealed through a leaked document.

Sources say Apple has publicly announced the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone XR2 codes in the Eurasian Economic Organization (ECC) database. Numbers include A2111, A2160, A2161, A2215, A2216, A2217, A2218, A2219, A2220, A2221 and A2223. In which, two main product lines can be seen are A21 and A22.Three New iPhone Models To Be Released In September 2

The A21 will be the new iPhone XR with 3 storage capacities. The A22 includes iPhone 11 and 11 Max, with different versions depending on the component vendor, the way Apple did last year.
Currently, it can be sure that this code is for iPhone 2019 and not iPad Air 3 and Mini 5 just launched, because Apple has registered tablet devices in ECC database from 1/2019. Moreover, the code conforms to the format that each company registered for iPhone XS and XR.

While the tech community knows what the new iPhone will look like, the official name is still a mystery. “IPhone 11” and “iPhone XR2” are simply guesswork from the previous generation.

Apple sent an invitation to the WWDC 2019 event held on June 3, promising the arrival of iOS 13. Perhaps the biggest secrets of the iPhone will be kept private until September.

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