President of SoftBank, one of the leading telecommunications companies in Japan, announced the launch date of the iPhone 11s.
With the arrival of August, eyes turn to the smartphone industry. Samsung and Apple, one of the best in the industry, often announce their new flagships on this date, and even Samsung will announce the Galaxy Note10 tomorrow. About a month later, we will meet Apple’s new iPhone.
This time, an iPhone statement came from Ken Miyauchi, President of SoftBank, a leading telecommunications company in Japan. Miyauchi made a statement about a new pricing law to be implemented in Japan as of October 1, while answering questions about the law, announced the release date of new iPhones.
“To be honest, I wonder what I’m going to do for 10 days. I don’t know when the new iPhone will come out, but the law will come into force in 10 days.” his statement, iPhone 11 will be announced on September 20 revealed. This statement is consistent with Apple’s publicity dates.
Apple generally introduces new iPhones on the second Tuesday or Wednesday of September, activating the pre-order system on Friday of the same week and delivery starts approximately ten days later. However, this year, the second Tuesday of September and Wednesday coincides with the dates of September 10-11 and Apple is not expected to announce the iPhone on September 11. The company generally avoids performing events on the same day as the September 11 attacks.
Apple 11 is the only source where we can clearly know when the iPhone 11 will be introduced. However, no matter what, September was a very short time, and Apple will announce when the iPhone 11 will be introduced in the coming days. When the date announced by Apple comes, we will be able to see what the iPhone 11 can offer us.