Apple’s iPhone 11 pro
Apple is widely expected to announce the iPhone 11 pro Rumours, of course, are circulating leading up to the event, with whisperings that three new iPhone models will be announced. Here is a roundup of the hottest rumours and the biggest leaks.
The biggest rumours centre around triple rear cameras for what’s being called the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
In this scenario, Apple would also release the regular iPhone 11 as a replacement for the iPhone XR; that handset is expected to get two rear cameras.
Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
The regular iPhone 11 will go to two lenses. See our in-depth iPhone 11 camera preview for more.
While many rumours look like they’ve practically been verified, and the leaks might be real, we’ll only find out for sure at Apple’s special event on 10 September, announced with the slogan “innovations only.”
Faster A13 processor: All three new iPhones should feature Apple’s new A13 processor, which should offer faster performance than today’s Android phones.
We know that Apple’s next iPhones will be expensive, but we don’t yet know quite how much they will fetch. If anything like 2018’s iPhone lineup, pricing will likely start around £999 and £1,099 for the XS and XS Max successors, and from £799 for the lesser-specced LCD model.
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according to some murmurs, a USB-C port.
We’ve rounded up everything we know about Apple’s 2019 iPhones so far below. Release date And it’s official. Apple has confirmed that it will be launching its next-generation iPhones.
We know that Apple’s next iPhones will be expensive, but we don’t yet know quite how much they will fetch. A leaked internal document has confirmed that Apple has three iPhones lined up for next week; the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
iOS 13.1 will be available to all other iPhone users via an OTA. The iPhone 11’s A13 chipset has prematurely appeared on Geekbench. The benchmarks, which confirm the new iPhone will boast 4GB RAM compared.
Show the iPhone 11 scoring 5,415 for single-core and 11,294 for multi-core. If legit, this means Apple’s new iPhones are about 12 per cent faster for single-core tasks.
Apple has reportedly culled the iPhone 11’s rumoured ‘Walkie-Talkie’ feature just weeks ahead of the handset’s launch. So says The Information, which reports that the feature, dubbed ‘Project OGRS (Off-Grid Radio Service)
It’s unclear why Apple scrapped the feature, though The Information notes that the departure of the executive in charge of the project, Ruben Caballero, may have been a factor, as could Apple’s decision to ditch Intel in favour of a Qualcomm modem.
With just weeks to go until Apple’s next iPhone launch, a YouTuber claims to have posted the first hands-on video with the iPhone 11 Pro.
The two-minute-long video doesn’t tell us much else we don’t already know, but one thing’s for sure: you’re going to need a new case.
A new mega-report from Bloomberg claims Apple’s incoming iPhones will feature triple-camera systems, reverse wireless charging functionality and a new multi-angle Face ID sensor.
The report also affirms rumours about the “Pro” naming scheme for Apple’s OLED models.
With that situation now tidied up, it seems as though Apple is back on track for 2020. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had previously predicted that two of the three 2020 iPhones would be 5G-ready but has since amended that to include all three phones.