As we’re drawing close to Apple’s annual iPhone occasion, leakages surrounding the upcoming iPhone 11 models are now picking up speed. A fresh report states that there will be three brand-new iPhone 11 designs this fall, and the 3 models will include Apple’s new A13 chip, they will sport a brand-new Taptic Engine, and include a Lightning port for audio and charging. The report likewise sheds light on other information like cam and screen on the next-gen iPhone models.
9to5Google reports on a multitude of information about the upcoming iPhones. The iPhone XS follower is stated to be referred to as D42 internally, while the iPhone XS Max successor is called D43, and the iPhone XR successor is referred to as N104. The D42 and D43 models will apparently have a 3x Retina display screen, while the N104 model will continue to have a 2x Liquid Retina display screen. As pointed out, all 3 phones will be powered by the A13 chip– codenamed Cebu, model T8030– and continue to have the exact same screen resolution as well.
The report likewise mentions that the 3 devices will continue to include a Lightning port, and not switch to USB Type-C. It will include a new type of Taptic Engine, internally codenamed ‘leap haptics’, but details on the type of improvements have not been outlined. The report states that this may be Apple’s brand-new option that changes 3D Touch on all the iPhone designs this year.
The report also states that the brand-new iPhone 11 models replacing the iPhone XS series will have a triple rear video camera setup at the back, and all three sensing units will be placed at the back. In advance, the selfie cam will support for slo-mo recording at 120fps.
Among the sensors amongst the trio will have a wide-angle sensor as well, that will make it possible for a function called Smart Frame. This use of a single ultra wide-angle lens matches with a Bloomberg report from May. To recall, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had declared the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max followers will sport one telephoto lens, and 2 wide-angle lenses, all 3 of which include a 12-megapixel sensor. The 9to5Mac report mentions that the Smart Frame function “captures the location around the framed area in photos and videos so that the user can change the framing or carry out automated point of view and crop corrections in post. The additional info will be retained for a restricted period of time and discarded instantly later on, for personal privacy reasons.”
While these information paint a wholesome picture on how the next-gen iPhone designs may look like, we suggest you wait till September for Apple to dish out all the main details.