Apple’s iPhone XS suc­ces­sor and its sib­ling phones may arrive next month.

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One ana­lyst is pre­dict­ing that Apple will release all three 2019 iPhones next month. Dan Ives of secu­ri­ties com­pa­ny Wed­bush expects that the iPhone 11 mod­els — which may use a “Pro” nam­ing con­ven­tion — will drop in the sec­ond week of Sep­tem­ber, accord­ing to 9to5Mac.

CNET pre­dicts that Apple will unveil its new iPhones on Sept. 10 and release them on Sept. 20, but Ives expects an even ear­li­er release. Last year, Apple unveiled its phones on Sept. 13, before releas­ing the iPhone XS and XS Max on Sept. 21. The cheap­er iPhone XR arrived Oct. 26.

Apple did­n’t imme­di­ate­ly respond to a request for com­ment.

First pub­lished at 4:47 a.m. PT.Update, 5:15 a.m. PT: Adds more detail.

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