Apple Reportedly Upgrades 2019 iPhones To Match Samsung's Technology

The new Apple iPhone XR at an Apple Inc product launch in Cupertino
Philip W. Schiller, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Marketing of Apple, speaks about the new Apple iPhone XR at an Apple Inc product launch event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., September 12, 2018. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (Photo: STEPHEN LAM | Reuters)

Apple is reportedly upgrading its iPhone technologies to come up with the Samsung as well as other brands technological progress.

There are two major innovations that Apple is expected to execute on the next line of the iPhone release. The said innovations are rumored to be the tech giant's step to cope up with the rapid progress that its competitors such as Samsung and Huawei are showcasing.

Phone makers are making big efforts in improving their camera features this season as the image capturing has become one of consumers' gauge in choosing which phone to buy. Apple apparently is taking advantage of the trend and is rumored to release an upgrade on rear camera modules on the next iPhone release line up.

Shortly after the CES 2019, reports started to surface that a reliable source hinted of Apple planning to introduce some new camera features like a triple rear camera for the highest-end model and the two other models to have a double rear camera.

A statement released by the Largan Precision, Apple's iPhone camera module supplier adds up to the possibility of the rumors about the tech giant using triple cameras as Samsung does. The statement said that the company is expecting to receive large order of triple rear camera modules before the year ends.

If rumors will be proven true, then the next iPhone releases which are expected to be named iPhone 11, iPhone XI and iPhone Xss will consist of the main wide-angle camera, an ultra wide-angle camera, and a zoom lens.

Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple analyst noted that another innovation to watch out for from Apple's iPhone this year is the reverse wireless charging feature. Just like Samsung's Wireless Powershare technology, this innovation will allow Qi compatible devices to be charged wirelessly by simply placing the device near the iPhone. The wireless charging case option feature in the AirPods 2 backs Kuo's statement regarding the future iPhone's reverse wireless functionality.

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