There are only three months until September, the month in which Apple presents its new mobile devices. As the date approaches, rumors about how the successors of the iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and XS Max will begin to circulate online. Here is a detail of what is expected for the next generation of iPhone.
Apple could launch three iPhone models
In 2018, the Cupertino company launched three devices: iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and XS Max; so it is expected that this year maintain the same rule and again be three that make up the new generation of smartphones of the company. Rumors suggest that these will be called iPhone XIr, iPhone XIs and XIs Max.
Like last year, surely the only difference that we will find in the three devices will be the materials of manufacture and design. Regarding size, the iPhone XIs is expected to be 143.9 x 71.4 x 7.8 mm, slightly larger and thicker than the XS that is 143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm. As for the iPhone XIs, Max could have a size of 157.6 x 77.5 x 8.1 mm, very similar to the size of the XS Max.
Finally, with regard to design, some rumors indicate that the eleventh generation of the Apple iPhone could have in its back glass made in one piece. In addition, it would come with a protrusion on its back to accommodate the triple camera, this would make the lenses remain under the glass.
How will the screens of the new Apple iPhone?
Regarding the screens, it is expected that the iPhone XIs and iPhone XIs Max have an OLED panel of 5.8 inches and 6.5 inches respectively, just like their predecessors. However, and although there may not be any change in the size of the display, one feature that could change Apple is the 3D Touch.
Many analysts report that the company could eliminate the 3D Touch, sensitive to pressure, and in fact, the beta of iOS 13, the operating system of its mobile deposits, could confirm this. This new software is prepared for this modification with the Peek and Pop functions and the quick actions on the home screen. However, others report that Apple could use Haptic Touch, softer feedback that is already on the iPhone XR.
What hardware-level changes will Apple incorporate into its new devices?
This year it seems that Apple will keep the aesthetic equal to its devices of 2018 but will make a change at the internal technology level. The iPhone XIs and XIs Max are expected to incorporate the A13 processor inside, which the company started producing earlier this year with its TSMC partner. The A13 will have 7 nm, it would bring improvements in the Artificial Intelligence and it would offer better performance than the A12X chipset.
Turning now to autonomy, it is expected that this new generation of smartphones has a much larger battery than its predecessors and that Apple will finally incorporate USB-Type C. According to rumors, the iPhone XIs will have a battery of 3,200 mAh, a 20 a hundred more than the XS; and the iPhone XIs Max has 3,500 mAh, and 15 percent more than the XS Max.
While rumors suggest that Apple would not introduce major changes in this generation of devices, the increase in battery capacity could suggest that the company would incorporate bilateral wireless charging, as has the Samsung Galaxy S10, this will allow devices of the Cupertino company are loaded with the cell phone, that is to say that probably the battery can be shared with the AirPods or the Apple Watch.
Finally, there are some rumors that hover around the cameras of the new iPhone XIs and XIs Max. Several reports suggest that these devices will feature a triple lens on the back that could offer a number of improvements compared to the current dual-lens design. According to reports, it seems that this third camera would function as a wide-angle lens providing a greater field of vision. In regards to the front camera, Apple could go from 7MP to 12MP.
Launch of the iPhone XIr, iPhone XIs and iPhone XIs Max
As it happens almost every year, it is likely that Apple presents its new generation of iPhone during the month of September. As for the name of the devices, for now, there is nothing official but it is expected to keep the Roman numerals to name them.