The three new 2019 iPhones from Apple are on their way, new leaks report about incredible new features of the iPhone 11 and iPhone XR sequel, and most of all, one is about to enter production really soon. The true surprise for all of us is what we will be able to accomplish with the infamous new third camera.
TechNewsWatch’s big news is that the new A13 processor will enter mass production this month and the producer will be Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing. With iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max all having had the A12 Bionic chip, the fastest processor in town, and with the Galaxy S10 closing the gap via the Snapdragon 855 processor, one may wonder: what’s next?
iPhone 11 will make sure that Apple will distance itself from the whole Android field with the new A13 chip. Bionic but what can it do? The report was inconclusive about its functions.
Want more? This is how the new iPhone 11 Design will look like
According to Bloomberg, the follow-up of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS max will have a third brand new camera, one that could be used to take ultra-wide angle pics, but this is not new, you may know it because it is similar to the one on the Galaxy S10 and Huawei P30 Pro. The iPhone XR will manage to have a telephoto zoom because of its second camera.
That’s not all, the third camera will have a zoom with a broader range and the tech minds at Apple are reportedly working on an interesting feature that will put you right back into the frame if you have been cut out by mistake. This means that this wide new camera may be worth your weight in silver, even with different lens. Plus, the software will take care of the rest, so no sweat!
The same Boomberg report mentions how iPhone XS and iPhone XS will become a half millimeter thicker, and there are rumors saying this additional camera will be put alongside two more lenses on the back of the iPhone, all in one square. What issues this might cause? We shall see.
The iPhone 11 will have reverse wireless charging, taking the example of Samsung and Huawei in this particular case. This will get the back of the gadget to charge the Airpods, but also other Qi-compatible phones.