Apple will release three new iPhone 11 models next September, and when that happens, no one will be surprised. First, you have the fact that Apple is a habit and a tendency to do the same things on the same plane every year. But on top of that, all three new iPhone 11 models have been detailed in leaks. We've heard all about them, we've seen renditions of the new models based on design files stolen from the Foxconn factory where the new iPhones are to be produced, and we've read several reports on the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R (or what Apple ended up naming them) from the world's most accurate Apple insider, TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
So, what's in store for Apple this year? According to all of these leaks and reports, the new iPhone 1
A new report published by Apple News Blog 9to5Mac offers a somewhat deep dive into Apple's plans for the iPhone 11 series. The bulk of the post repeats things we already know too well about the upcoming new iPhones. There will be three of them, and they will be upgraded versions of Apple's current iPhone lineup, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. They will look like them and have exactly the same screen size and resolution, and they will still have lightning ports, not the new USB-C ports that had been rumored short.
Of course we already knew everything about it. Fortunately, however, there is a little more meat in this report.
The Apple blog claims that Apple will include a new upgraded Taptic Engine that Apple refers to in the code named "leap haptics." Given that the 3D Touch is supposedly no longer a feature of Apple's iPhone setup that begins With this year's iPhone 11 lineup, it's likely that the new engine will provide even more impressive haptic response than the Apple component currently uses.
When it comes to the new triple lens around, we finally know about at least one feature set to debut on the iPhone 11. 9to5Mac found references to a new feature called "Smart Frame", which sounds very cool out. According to the battle, the Smart Frame uses the wide-angle sensor of the iPhone 11's triple lens camera to capture additional details beyond the area visible on the iPhone screen. In this way, users will be able to resubmit an image after it is taken. Beyond that, the iPhone 11 phones also include an upgraded front-facing camera that supports slow motion video recording at 120 fps.
Apple's new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R are not expected to be announced before the beginning of September, so we can expect much more info to come from time to time.