Authoritative OnLeaks, known for its accurate predictions, shared new details about the iPhone 11. In its view, the upcoming new products will have improved camera modules – and the changes will also affect the front lens. At the same time, the insider points out, Apple will not introduce the USB Type-C standard in this generation of the iPhone, and will leave in their smartphones the usual Lightning-plug.
According to OnLeaks, the most expensive version of the iPhone 11 (Max), as expected, will receive a three-lens system. The resolution of the two main sensors of the camera will be 14 megapixels, while the auxiliary module will be limited to 10 megapixels. For comparison, the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max are equipped with two 12MP lenses.
The source is confident that the front camera of the new iPhone will also become noticeably better – the resolution of the module "grows" from 7 to 10 megapixels, which is good for the quality of the photos. It is assumed that Apple engineers will make adjustments to the TrueDepth camera system, making the facial recognition process faster and more accurate.
Remarkably, the transition to USB-C seems to be postponed indefinitely. According to an internal source, all 2019 iPhones will keep the original Lightning Connector. However, minor changes will still occur and they will affect the internal layout of the devices – the battery will change from L to square and the motherboard will be located a bit differently – due to the new design features of the main camera.
Recall that Apple will introduce iPhone programming in September this year. It is well known that the new products will receive high-speed Wi-Fi and improved Face-ID sensors. In this case, Apple's line of future smartphones, like last year, will consist of three models – the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Max and the successor to the iPhone XR.
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