In a typical year, Apple has around four events. There’s usually a spring event in March, the Worldwide Developers Conference in June, a September event that’s concerning the Apple Watch and iPhone, and sometimes an October event if there are new Macs or iPads debuting in the fall.
In 2019, you can expect three new iPhones, similar to the 2018 lineup. Rumors state there will be one LED model (XR successor) and two OLED models (XS and XS Max successors) with no serious design changes. However, there might be new colors and a new frosted glass back for the next-generation iPhone XR.
The iPhone XS and XS Max successors will have a new triple-lens camera that could provide ultra-wide-angle shots for the first time, while the iPhone XR will use a new dual-lens camera system. There are some rumors indicating Apple may use USB-C for the new iPhones, but it’s looking like the company plans to stick with lightning.
Also, you can expect an A13 chip along with quicker WiFi and LTE, bigger batteries, and a cute new bilateral wireless charging feature that will let the 2019 iPhones wirelessly charge other devices such as the AirPods with wireless charging case.
There is no information on what Apple is planning to call its 2019 iPhone lineup. Yet, given that there’s no clear follow-up to the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR names, most rumors refer to these devices as the “2019 iPhones.”
Apple Watch Series 5
Rumors suggest the Apple Watch Series 5 will have a new ceramic casing design, indicating a return of the Apple Watch Edition alongside the typical stainless steel and aluminum casing options. Besides this, we don’t have a good amount of information about what to expect from the Apple Watch in 2019.
Also, new health features have been talked about for years like non-invasive blood glucose monitoring. A micro-LED display is a possibility along with solid-state buttons.