iPhone 11, Apple’s hotly anticipated next batch of smartphones, should be revealed in September. And as is the way with any new Apple launch, the rumour mill has been churning for the majority of this year about what we can expect.
It has been tipped that new versions of the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone XR are all in the pipeline, each with significant upgrades.
According to an article on the Express, one of the biggest leaks relates to the iPhone camera. Back in January this year, OnLeaks claimed that the new iPhone Xs and Xs Max will feature three sensors on the rear of the phone – primary sensor, telephoto sensor and ultra-wide angle shooter.
If that is the case, it would give the iPhone 11 Apple’s most diverse camera system to date and would help it keep up with the technology included in Android rivals such as the OnePlus 7 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S10.
The new iPhone is also believed to feature Smart Capture software. That means if a user takes a photo with the primary camera, it will automatically take a second, wide-angle shot to allow the user to crop or adjust the photo at a later date. It is also thought the iPhone 11 will be able to record slow motion video at up to 120 frames per second.
According to 9to5Mac, the iPhone 11 models will be powered by a new processor – Apple’s A13 Bionic chip – and will have larger batteries and two-way charging.
The website also claimed the new iPhone 11 would house a Taptic Engine for haptic feedback, although it was not clear what features that would enable. However, it did suggest this would replace the 3D Touch feature debuted on the iPhone 6 back in 2015 (apparently, Apple has been planning to ditch that feature for a while).
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