iPhone 11 Opens a New Millenia for Apple
A new millenia has begun for Apple. Starting with the iPhone 11 lineup, the next generation of iPhone will be a notch powerful and there will be many firsts in it.
For a start, iPhone will debut triple camera systems, USB-C, and iOS 13 which will feature a system-wide dark mode. This milestone aims to encourage people to update their phone. Across the globe, people have been less excited to upgrade their phones. Only Americans are buying new phones due to iPhone's buyback program, reports WCCFTECH.
Google Pixel is also rising to becoming a tough competitor. Apart from Apple, Pixel the the only mainstream brand that manufactures its software, and therefore can make their software and hardware synergize. Pixel is also a tad cheaper. A bloatware free software awaits those who buy directly from Google.
Meanwhile, nothing has been said about iPhone 11's price but if Apple were to continue with its usual pricing scheme, then we can look forward to a price-point of £799 to £1,099. Apple's masterpiece is anticipated to debut on September 10, just like its predecessor, iPhone X. Pre-orders are likely to start on September 14.
So we are looking forward to three iPhones in September: the successors of iPhone XS and XS Max and a sequel to iPhone XR. Renders of the next iPhone XR made rounds on the web, and it looks like we can't escape the ugly camera bumps anytime soon. It's not so different from what we had with iPhone XI and XI Max, reports Phone Arena.
Photos via Pricebaba reveal a dual camera inside a square protrusion. We're expecting this one to be at 12MP. Pricebaba also claims that 2019 iPhone XR will sport a 6.1in screen just like the previous model, but it will be sleeker at 7.8mm. It's also rumore to contain Apple's next-gen A13 Bionic chipset.
An interesting and most probably welcome improvement is Apple's initiative to improve signal reception for travellers and digital nomads. In a note from MacRumours, Apple will introduce modified-PI (MPI) for iPhone's antennas.