Now that it's mid-August, many people are looking forward to Apple releasing the latest version of the iPhone in September, because Android handset manufacturers are basically building sea-based tactics and releasing new phones at a very fast pace. In fact, we are more convinced that it is Apple's big move, three new iPhones will be released in September, but the price is moving.
According to the current news, Apple is likely to release three new iPhones in September, and it will also be an upgraded version in 2018. It will still be 5.8 inches, 6.1 inches and 6.5 inches. In terms of design, it will also be the Liu Hai screen and the back glass fuselage.
But the difference is that this time Apple will work hard on the camera. For the first time, it will adopt the vertical stacked Baby Three Camera design. In 2019, the iPhone 11 series will be equipped with 12 million + 12 million + 16 million pixels three cameras. As a cheap model, the iPhone 11R will be designed with two cameras. However, all three models of front-end cameras will be upgraded to 10 million pixels, which is actually the first time Apple has upgraded front-end camera hardware in recent years.
Considering that Huawei's P30 series and Samsung's Note10 series are all introducing four-camera mobile phones, it is reported that Apple will actively prepare four cameras for the new iPhone in 2020, as well as adding TOF cameras for AR virtual applications and photography.
As for the hardware, all three new iPhones will adopt A13 processor and iOS 13 system, and switch to lighting interface for Type-C interface, which improves the charging rate. This is also the inevitable trend of fast charging popularization. In addition, it is rumored that Apple is still holding back, considering using reverse charging and adding a stylus similar to Samsung Note10, which will sell independently for $99.
Not only that, but it's rumored that this year's new iPhone will have a screen fingerprint design to differentiate it from the Face ID version, lower the cost and help Apple get better sales. But according to the supply chain, Apple is still testing.
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