Apple iPhone 11 has been in the rumor mills for quite a while now. The trillion-dollar company will officially launch the successor to iPhone XS Max this September. Some new information has come to the light which might be giving fans good news and bad news. The phone’s design has leaked a few months ago but no one knew for sure if it is the final design. Well, an Apple insider has confirmed that the design is in fact what Apple has been planning which point to triple cameras and an LED flash. The current generation has a dual-camera setup which also takes good photos. But its nemesis Android is leaps and bounds ahead when it comes to cameras. Chinese manufacturer Huawei has been utilizing a triple camera setup since 2018 and the Huawei P30 Pro provides vast improvements, which can zoom up to 50x with incredible low light shots.
Back in 2016, Apple made a shift to the big screens with the iPhone 6 series and the design saw a revamp in the form of iPhone X which implemented the infamous notch. Reports claim that Apple might launch 3 new iPhones with a design revamp and a slew of new features. 9to5Mac says that new iPhones will sport Apple’s A13 chip and will continue to use its much-hated Lightning ports instead of the universal USB-C.
Codenamed “leap haptics,” a new Taptic Engine could also embrace the upcoming models, which will replace Apple’s 3D touch. Although, no changes are reported in terms of the display quality. The D42 (replacement for iPhone XS), D43 (replacement for iPhone XS Max), and N104 (replacement for iPhone XR) will have the same screen resolutions as its predecessors. The front camera might see an upgrade, will add support for slow-motion videos at 120fps.
The A13 chipset will be the highlight of the launch as the A12 Bionic chip is unbeatable when it comes to Geekbench scores. Coming back to the design, apparently, fans are quite disappointed with the leaked design which has been confirmed by an insider.
We are still months away from the official launch and till then, many new rumors could engulf the internet. We will keep you posted.