Apple's new iPhone 11 design leaked by multiple reliable sources

Remigio Civitarese
Mag 18, 2019

On the other hand, the third iPhone, which is said to be the next-gen iPhone XR, may have dual rear cameras placed vertically inside the square enclosure. Mark Gurman and Debby Wu from Bloomberg have listed a set of features that will appear in the upcoming iPhone 11.

For several years, Apple has stuck with the same 5W power adaptor for iPhone, despite adding capabilities such as wireless charging to newer devices. The OS is supposed to be revealed next month at WWDC 2019 conference.

The new three iPhone models will be looking more like the current one but with additional features. If you're still unconvinced despite everything you've seen so far, two sources that have been reliable in the past both just leaked Apple's iPhone 11 design and firmed up everything we've seen and heard. The last resort would presumably be passing the cost to consumers due to the negative effect the price increases would have on iPhone sales, though that being said, 14 percent would be a lot for Apple to absorb and most certainly is something they'll want to avoid at all costs.

As a refresher, the iPhone XS and XS Max both have double cameras on the back, which are arranged vertically.

The phone is now priced at about 1,000 dollars.

If they're always ready and provide basic information that we need the most, we'll actually engage with them less and spend more time in the real world.

Reports continue to pile up claiming that Apple will launch three new iPhone models in 2019, all of which will be direct follow-ups to the models released in 2018.

"Apple has one of the most significant exposures to Chinese exports to the United States in our IT Hardware coverage group, given final assembly for many of its consumer electronic devices is located in China", Huberty wrote in a note last week. The iPhone XR is one of the best smartphones around, and it's arguably better than the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.

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