It turns out Apple’s iPhone XI square bump camera is real.
Three iPhones are expected to debut in September, including successors to the iPhone XS and XS Max, and a sequel to the iPhone XR.
Apple’s flagship duo is progressing nicely; they’re expected to be the first iPhones to boast triple camera systems, the first to offer USB-C and the first to ship with iOS 13.
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A leaked marketing calendar from US carrier Verizon, shows that, the iPhone 11 could launch later than usual this year, with a release seemingly scheduled for the third or fourth week in September.
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 (Gh¢ 6736.41) and £1,099 (Gh¢ 7410.73) for the XS and XS Max successors, and from £799 (Gh¢ 5387.78) for the lesser-specced LCD model.
Although the products are yet to be launched, the sale of its accessories has however begun, therefore confirming some features Apple’s next generation devices will come with.
Casemaker Olixar has prematurely outed its accessories for the iPhone 11 Max, this in effect means that the much-leaked ugly square camera bulge is real.
Another evidence is that the firm’s screen protectors are also available to buy ahead of the handsets’ September launch.
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Apple’s next-generation iPhones will take on the Pixel 3, and yet-to-be-announced Pixel 4, with a dedicated night mode for the camera.
Max Weinbach shared this information with the YouTube channel EverythingApplePro.
Apple might be about to ditch its proprietary Lightning port in favour of USB-C here is the proof
Raphaël Mouton tweeted, iOS 13’s restore screen clearly shows a USB-C cable, rather than the Lightning connector shown on earlier versions of the OS.
Apple’s 2019 iPhone lineup will offer 128GB base storage, according to Twitter tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore.
Rumours of a square-shaped camera array, sharing images (above) of alleged cases for the so-called iPhone XI and XI Plus.
Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman, also showed off alleged mouldings for the iPhone 11, 11 Max and iPhone XR 2 (below).
The images, via Pricebaba, shows a dual camera inside the square-shaped protrusion, and while specs haven’t been confirmed, it’s likely Apple will use the same 12MP setup found on the current iPhone XS.
According to Pricebaba, 2019 iPhone XR will have the same 6.1in screen as the original, but will be thinner at 7.8mm thick, compared to 8.3mm.
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