The iPhone 11 XS, XS Max, and XR (names still to be confirmed) are still in development under code names at Apple. Apple will be teaming up with TSMC once again for the iPhone 11, which will use the A13 processor, based on the 7nm+ node, which will bring some performance and power efficiency gains.
According to leaked 2019 iPhone XR renders, the new smartphone is going to feature two rear-mounted cameras at the back.
In terms of design, the Bloomberg report says that the iPhone XS and iPhone XS will both be about a "half a milimeter thicker".
In comparison, iPhone 11r will have a dual-camera array comprising the 12MP standard and telephoto lenses. It's expected to be able to put 5nm chips in the 2020 iPhone.
2019 will be the last year when we get an LCD iPhone, so Apple might either retire the iPhone XR next year or switch it to OLED as well beginning with the 2020 generation.
Although Apple's global iPhone sales have not met expectations, especially in developing markets, the iPhone XR appears to be selling pretty well in the UK. Further, the upgrade will also include a more detailed picture and broader zoom enhancement.
Those cameras will fit into a "square on the top left", Bloomberg wrote, which does comport with leaked images purporting to show just that. The handsets will feature reverse wireless charging similar to what we have already seen on the likes of the Galaxy S10 and Huawei Mate 20/P30 series that will allow users to charge their AirPods or other such accessories wirelessly.
Similarly, Samsung offers its new flagship phones now.
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