Apple’s famous iPhone collection is getting a new addition: iPhone 11.
Being one of the best-sold smartphones in the world, Apple unveils a new iPhone model every year in September. This year, awaiting the release of iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max, fans are coming up with predictions regarding the new device’s design, specifications, and price. The online world never sleeps, so rumors and leaks can be found all over the internet, debating everything from stronger batteries to air sensors.
According to the latest leak, allegedly coming from a trustworthy source, iPhone 11 will feature a camera bump for its dual-lens rear camera.
Camera bumps are nothing new. However, users have expressed their dislike towards it, even though smartphone manufacturers explained that, if they want their smartphones to have both a slim design and the ability to take high-quality pictures, camera bumps are more than necessary, in order to incorporate the camera’s lens.
The leak comes from a Japanese blog, claiming the information comes straight from the Chinese supply chain. Even more, the new iPhone is also expected to have three rear cameras, including a wide angle lens and a telephoto lens, like those of its predecessors, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. The lens will give the device an improved portrait mode and optical zoom.
In addition to iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max, Apple’s releases for this year include the new iPhone XR model, which will also feature two types of lenses with the other models. This way, Apple is keeping manufacturing costs under control.
All three of Apple’s releases for 2019 will feature a 3D-molded glass back. Reports say the glass will probably cover the camera bump.
An abundance of predictions has been made, as everyone is so excited for these launches. One of these predictions says that this year’s models could have a more powerful 18W USB Type C charger.
All in all, the new Apple releases sure still up some speculations. Until the first official announcement is made, all we can do is wait patiently.
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