Apple is gearing up to launch three new iPhone 11 models this fall at its September event. The Cupertino giant isn’t going for a radical design change, but we will surely see some upgraded internals, a new report hints. Here is all you need to know about the upcoming Apple iPhone 11 models. Also Read - Apple could buy Intel’s 5G Modem division for $1 billion to take on Qualcomm: Report
Apple iPhone 11 details
The three new iPhone 11 models will be the successors to iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. According to a report on 9To5Mac, all three iPhone 11 models will come with a Lightning connector. Earlier, it was reported that Apple might switch to USB Type-C port. Looks like Apple will introduce the new connector with 2020 iPhone models. Also Read - 2020 iPhones may offer 'switchable' 60Hz/120Hz refresh rate screen like iPad Pro
The report also states that Apple will include the latest A13 chipset and new Taptic Engine in the new iPhones. The new Taptic Engine is reportedly called “leap haptics” but there aren’t many details available. What we know so far is that it will replace the 3D Touch feature that is present on the existing iPhones. Also Read - Apple might bring back rainbow logo on its iPhones launch this year
Apple iPhone 11 camera details
So far, we have come across a number of iPhone leaks hinting at triple cameras on OLED models. The setup will reportedly come with three 12-megapixel sensors – one with a regular lens and other with a telephoto lens. The third sensor will get a wide-angle lens. Now, a new report states that the front camera will also get an upgrade and will be able to capture slo-mo videos at 120fps.
The iPhone XR successor, on the other hand, is rumored to get a dual-camera setup at the back. There is no word on the front camera yet. The reports also hint that Apple will stick around with LCD display for the XR successor. In 2020, all three iPhone models feature OLED displays. With the iPhone launch in September, we expect a lot of details to pour in the coming weeks.