As the days of release are getting closer, there are more and more rumors about the new generation of iPhones. In order to give fruit powder a clearer understanding of the upcoming changes to the iPhone XI, Bloomberg, which claims to have a solid insider, has summarized the existing rumors and added some updates.
Bloomberg predicts that the new 2019 iPhone product line will:
1. The appearance of the three iPhones is similar to the current version, except that a camera is added to the back. Specifically, the new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max (internal codenames D43 and D44 respectively) will use a three-lens rear camera system, and the new iPhone XR (internal codename N104) will use a dual-lens rear camera system. As in previous years, the three-shot and dual-camera systems will still form bumps on the back of the phone, but this year is square;
2. The new generation iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will be approximately 0.5 mm thicker;
3. The third rear camera added by the new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will be an ultra wide-angle lens for a wider range of zoom capabilities. The second rear camera added to the new iPhone XR will also increase the zoom function;
4. The three iPhones will use the faster A13 chip, which is still designed by Apple and produced by TSMC. The chip's early mass production test began in April, mass production or the fastest this month;
5, three iPhones will bring a new reverse charging function, users can put the latest AirPods wireless charging box on the back of the new iPhone, of course, including other (Apple) devices that support wireless charging;
6. Apple is developing an "automatic correction function" that means "can let people who have been accidentally cut back into the photo."
Apple is supposed to release a new generation of iPhone product lines in September, but the question of how to name the new iPhone is still speculation. The media prefers Apple to follow the iPhone X (10) naming method, and this year's mobile phone is named XI (11), which is iPhone XI, iPhone XI Max and iPhone XIR. If you have your own idea of the naming of the new iPhone, you can leave a message to share with us.