Apple has officially sent out invitations for an event at its Silicon Valley campus for the 10th of September 2019 where it is expected to unveil a new-generation iPhone. As usual, Apple disclosed little about what it plans to spotlight in the Steve Jobs Theater at its headquarters in the city of Cupertino, however, rumours indicate the iPhone 11 models will come with the A13 chip. Among the three expected iPhone models, two are said to include an OLED panel, whereas the third iPhone will retain the LCD screen.

For years now, Apple has hosted events to launch new iPhone models ahead of the Christmas holiday shopping season.

Introduction of “iPhone 11” handsets would come as the global smartphone market tightens and Apple makes a priority of selling digital content and services to fans of its hardware.

New iPhones are expected to boast improvements including ramped-up processing power and camera capabilities, but no radical changes or offerings for super-speedy 5G telecom networks that are starting to take shape.

Apple last month delivered stronger than expected results in the just-ended quarter as growth from services helped offset weak iPhone sales.

Chief executive Tim Cook said the company had its “biggest June quarter ever — driven by all-time record revenue from services, accelerating growth from wearables, strong performance from iPad and Mac and significant improvement in iPhone trends.”