Apple pulls iPhone 11 videos from YouTube ahead of iPhone 12 launch
The only remaining references to the current-generation iPhone 11 lineup on Apple’s official YouTube channel is videos from its “Shot on iPhone 11” campaign, with all other iPhone 11-related videos being set as private.
Apple announced on Tuesday that it would host a Time Flies media event next week, which rumors suggest will see the launch of the Apple Watch Series 6, redesigned iPad Air 4, and more. It isn’t believed Apple will make any iPhone announcements at next week’s event, with Bloomberg claiming a second event will be held in October to showcase the 2020 iPhone line.
Coincidentally, Apple has confirmed a stream of Tuesday’s media event will be available to watch on YouTube, with users able to set a reminder for when the stream goes live.
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Apple’s international YouTube channels such as Apple India and Apple Australia appear to still be showing iPhone 11 marketing for now.
This year’s new iPhone lineup is expected to prompt a “supercycle” of upgrades. To recap, Apple is expected to release four new iPhone models this fall: a 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch iPhone 12 to replace the current iPhone 11, and a 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro/Pro Max.