We know that Apple wants to release the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iOS 13 in four months from now, and further information have arisen. So until the big launch, stay with us to find out what we know about the new iPhone 11 (specs and upgrades) and iOS 13.
Apple iPhone 11
Starting with the screen, the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will have a large AMOLED display, with 5.8 inches for the iPhone 11, and 6.5 inches for the iPhone 11 Max. The design will be the same as the predecessors have, that means the usual big notch and no external changes. On the other hand, we have reports that are saying about the adding of a new Face ID system to the phones. The new FaceID will permit a wider angle than it is right now on the devices. But the latest leaks are about the camera system of the new iPhone 11.
In the camera department, iPhone 11 Max will have a third 12MP sensor that makes a good team with a wide angle lens with 120-degree FOV. In comparison, Samsung Galaxy S10 has a 123-degree field of view, and LG V40 has a 107-degree field of view. Looking back, we know that Apple has implemented an optical image stabilization (OIS) for the three rear cameras. We don’t know for sure why the company decided to not go with it, but it will be used to the next 5G iPhones. Moreover, the OIS is added to the primary camera and the telephoto camera, similar to iPhone XS. Rumors are saying that Apple is working on the image signaling processor (ISP).
Of course, the new iPhone 11 will run iOS 13, and the OS will come with various hardware upgrades. The dark mode will have a focus on dark grey colors, but no deep AMOLED black is included. Besides this, Siri will be upgraded too, with more multi-command support added, an improvement to the understanding, and some little changes to the contextual understanding.
Finally, iOS 13 will come with intelligent RAM management, which means that user habits will be learned and the iOS experience will be speeded up. Also, Apple has severe plans with jailbreaks app, because the company is working very hard to make iOS 13 jailbreak proof.
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