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Tis the season of big launches. In about two days, the new Steve Jobs Amphitheatre at Apple’s spaceship-shaped office will be bustling with journalists and analysts and people all over the world will tune in to the live stream to witness the launch of yet another iPhone. In its eleventh year now, the iPhone launch has been the tech community biggest event and this year, it’s no different. Rumours and leaks about the upcoming iPhones have been coming ever since the launch of the previous one, and come September 12, the mystery will all be over.
Almost a month later, Microsoft will unveil its Surface lineup of devices at an event in New York on October 2. The Redmond giant has sent out invites for the same and many are presuming there will be more than just new hardware.
Just a couple of days later, Google intends to send the world into a frenzy with the Google Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL smartphones. Will Google be able to take smartphone low-light photography to the next level once again?
With three back to back launches by the big three giants of tech happening in a span of a month, let’s sit back and take into account what’s coming. The new iPhones will set the precedent for the rest of the smartphone industry for the year to come, while Microsoft will yet again show how to best use its Windows platform and Google will aim to give the iPhones some long-deserved competition.
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