A source claims to know the colors and a part of the data sheet of the iPhone 2019.
We still do not know much about the iPhone 2019 hypothetically called iPhone XI. However, some interesting information has already begun to appear here and there.
The first leaks showed an iPhone 2019 with square back photo module (and with three photographic sensors). Then we discovered another design where the three photographic lenses were aligned horizontally. Despite the solid credibility of OnLeaks, which is at the origin of these representations, it is undoubtedly too soon to distinguish truth from truth from false. However, it is possible to imagine that the next Apple smartphones will be entitled to several versions with different designs.
And now more information comes out on the iPhone XI with the horizontal photo module. This is the site CompareRaja – already the source of several previous leaks in collaboration with OnLeaks – that comes to publish new versions of the product revealing even its supposed colors: silver, gold, gray and blue.
But that is not all. CompareRaja also cites an industrial sourcereliableRevealing that theSuper Retina OLED Screen of this model would have a diagonal of 5.8 inches, while the battery would have a capacity of 4000 mAh.
USB-C or Lightning?
In his article, the CompareRaja website explains that Apple would finally opt for a USB-C port on this iPhone. However, it is worth remembering that this particular topic returns every year on the table with respect to Apple-branded smartphones that have so far always remained true to their proprietary connectivity: Lightning.
Please note that the information here is based on an Apple prototype. So what can be said with more certainty is that the American company is exploring the possibility of integrating USB-C in their smartphones, as it already does in their tablets. There is no reason to wonder whether this reflection will materialize, because there are probably many internal reasons that lead Apple not to abandon Lightning.
In conclusion, it is best to avoid hasty conclusions at the moment. Finally, the source cited here evokes an IP68 certification for waterproofing, but compatibility with the 5G network. This should also be done with tweezers.