Apple will launch three new ‘ iPhone 11‘ models in the market next fall. As reported by 9to5mac, the new smartphones will include the A13 chip, known among developers with the code name Cebu, model T8030. Moreover, contrary to what is suggested by rumors circulated on the net in the last few months that indicated the presence on the new iPhone of the USB-C port, they will all be equipped with the Lightning input port.
D42 (iPhone 12.3) is the code of the smartphone that will be the new version of the iPhone XS. D43 (iPhone 12.5), instead, will replace the iPhone XS Max and N104 (iPhone 12.1) will come in place of the iPhone XR. The first two models will also have a Retina OLED 3x screen; N104, on the other hand, will integrate the same screen present on the model currently on the market: the 2x Liquid Retina display. The display resolution will remain unchanged.
As for the photographic sector, as revealed by previous rumors circulating on the net, D42, D43 will be equipped with a triple rear camera with a wide-angle sensor, positioned inside a square. Probably the camera will integrate the new Smart Frame function, thanks to which it will be able to capture even the area around that shot in the shot, offering users the possibility to correct or adjust the framing of the photo, even after taking it.
The ‘additional background’ will be saved for a limited period of time, at the end of which it will no longer be possible to modify your shots by choosing to include the area that you initially decided to exclude from the frame.
According to 9to5mac, the three new iPhone models, whose launch is scheduled for next autumn, will also feature the new Taptic Engine, codenamed ‘leap haptics’. No information is currently available regarding its functions; however, it will probably optimize the Haptic Touch technology and the way the device screen responds to touch, as even the new smartphones will not include the 3D Touch.
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