What can we expect from Apple in coming months? Last week the tech giant hosted its regular September event, launching new phones, a new iPad and Apple Watch, and two new subscription content services: TV+ and Apple Arcade.It all followed the typical Apple launch script — beautiful images and heartstring-tugging videos projected on huge screens, dwarfing the product experts who were on stage, breaking down the specs.The headline-grabber is the iPhone 11 -a budget-friendly but high-spec device that will be out in six colours. The 11 looks a lot like the X ("10") line. They both start with 64GB models (though the 11 offers 4GB RAM rather than 3GB) and both have two 12MP cameras on the rear of the devices. The 11 version includes an ultrawide lens, and its front-facing camera has been boosted from 7MP to 12MP.The new "sherbet-y" colour range is great, as is the $699 pricing point. What that will be in SA remains to be seen, as it is usually more than a simple exchange rate conversion.H...

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