Apple has already sent invitations to the upcoming event on September 10th. In this case, we should see the company present the 2019 iPhones. A source claiming to work in one of the major operators states that the pre-orders will start on September 13th with the actual launch date scheduled for September 20th. This is the program that Apple has followed for some years. The only difference is that all three phones will be launched on the same date; You can remember that in 2017 and 2018, the iPhone X and the iPhone XR were launched in November.
We hope to see Apple announce the iPhone 11 with a 6.1-inch LCD screen and two “Pro” models with OLED panels. These would be the iPhone 11 Pro (5.8 inches) and the iPhone 11 Pro (6.5 inches). A rendering of the Olixar manufacturer’s case for one of the iPhone 11 Pro models included a special case for a mini version of Apple Pencil. This coincides with a report published by the Citibank Private Banking unit at the end of July which required Apple Pencil support for the iPhone this year. If this were true, it would be a further strike against the wishes of the late Steve Jobs, who died on October 2011. Jobs rejected the use of a stylus when he presented the original iPhone in January 2007 and neither. predict the need for phone screens larger than 3.5 inches.
Don’t Expect 5G Support Or A Type-C Port For iPhone Until 2020
The three units will be powered by the Apple A13 Bionic chipset produced by TSMC using its 7 nm process. You’ll probably be familiar with the square camera module in the upper left corner of the rear glass panel of the 2019 iPhone models. The iPhone 11 Pro units will have three cameras housed in the module: the main camera, a telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom and a wide-angle camera. The iPhone 11 will have a dual-camera configuration that will include the same cameras found in the iPhone Pro models minus the ultra-wide-angle snapper. A recent report indicated that the new iPhones were taking better quality photos in a low-light environment and that the quality of some photos could compete with those taken with traditional cameras.
Another new feature expected in the next iPhone models is reverse wireless charging. This will allow the rear glass panel of the new phones to be used as a wireless charging platform to turn on the AirPods (in the wireless charging box), the Apple Watch or compatible phone. Because reverse wireless charging uses the host phone battery, Apple has increased the capacity of the batteries within the new models; It is said that the iPhone 11 Pro (6.5 inches) has a battery capacity of 4000 mAh, which would be the largest ever found inside an iPhone. For the first time, reverse wireless charging was used in the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and Samsung added the feature to its flagship models 2019 and named as Wireless PowerShare.
No, the 2019 iPhones will not have 5G support. Most likely, you will meet the 2020 models. And if you were expecting a Type C charging port, this is something else that Apple will include with next year’s phones. However, this year, Apple could save you $ 29 by including an 18W brick in the package. Although the 2017 and 2018 models support fast charging at that speed, Apple only includes a 5W adapter with those units.
Finally, we could see Apple announce that its new phones have greater water resistance. Earlier this year, a new feature called Underwater Mode was proposed for this year’s iPhones. This will presumably allow users to navigate the touchscreen of their phones even underwater. Furthermore, a patent presented by Apple this year revealed a new technology that would allow the iPhone to take quality photos. Unless Apple to change its warranty policy, even with the current ratings of iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, the company will not be going to honor its warranty for water damage.
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