While the highest price iPhone model is expected to sport a triple-camera setup at the back, the other two less-expensive iPhone models will get a dual-camera setup at the back, people familiar with the matter told the publication.
The 5.8-inch "iPhone 11" meanwhile, isnot expected to receive these "compelling camera changes,"and will supposedly retain some iteration of the dual-lens camera now used on iPhone XS and XS Max". Apple usually unveils new handsets around September and considering 2019 just started, there's going to be a ton of rumours before the new iPhones are public. Apple's three-camera phone would be its first.
A Bloomberg report co-authored by noted Apple oracle Mark Gurman claims that Apple won't introduce a 5G-capable iPhone next year, and will instead "hold off until at least 2020".
iPhone sellers in China are reportedly cutting prices after Apple's sales warning to investors, whkch blamed the country's decelerating economy. While the XS and XS Max are proper flagships with OLED screens, XR is a "budget" device and thus, comes with an LCD panel.
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Next year, according to the report, Apple could nix the LCD iPhone model entirely and switch all three phones to its OLED screen technology, which offers better and brighter colors.
Last month, Bloomberg reported that the company was-and still is-facing a "fire drill" to boost sales from shareholders, which prompted Apple to aggressively release its discounted iPhone XR model in October, which runs about $300 less its regular model. The current XR sports a single lens camera, and is backed by AI similarly to Google's Pixel cameras to produce shots which resemble that of the dual lens XS and XS Max.
You can expect the new iPhones - very likely to be called iPhone XI (pronounced "eleven") - to be a tock upgrade with the new design, specs and features. The iPhone has the distinction of being among the most mobile devices in the market right now and that puts it out of reach to a lot of buyers.