2019 iPhone Lineup’s Development Nearly Complete, Suggests Listing
Amidst all the drama surrounding the US government and Huawei, focus on leaks and rumors for upcoming flagship gadgets has decreased. While Samsung and OnePlus have launched their high-end gadgets, we're far from being done for the year. Rumors and leaks for the 2019 iPhone lineup have taken place sporadically over the past few months, and today we've got a good report for the smartphones. Take a look below for more details.
Apple's 2019 iPhone Lineup Receives Certification From The Eurasian Economic Commission Suggesting That Development Is Nearing Final Stages
We'd be lying if we stated that no details for this year's iPhone have surfaced. Courtesy of leaks, rumors and reports, we can form a rough estimate of what to expect from Apple this year. Facing competition from Huawei, Apple will adjust the 2018 iPhone lineup's camera to provide for increased light sensitivity and larger pixels.
Additionally, the Cupertino tech giant will up the lens count on the three successors of last year's iPhones. The 2019 iPhone XI and XI Max will feature three rear camera sensors, while the 2019 iPhone XR will come with an additional telephoto lens. We're also looking forward to the smartphones' display, as Apple is unlikely to give the spotlight away to Samsung's excellent panel on the Galaxy S10.
In the midst of all these reports, looks like Apple is moving fast with this year's iPhones' development. The company has been granted approval for no less than eleven iPhone models by the Eurasian Economic Commission. An EEC certification usually takes place during the final stages of a gadget's development, and previous certifications have taken place mere months before new launches.
Apple launched twelve different models of the 2018 iPhone lineup, and all of today's devices support iOS 12. The 2019 iPhone lineup will not come with any major upgrades except for those to the camera and display - in a formula that Apple has relied on for ages. iPhone's last major upgrade was Face ID, and since then, Apple's taking it easy. However, it's possible that we'll get micro-LED displays and ToF sensors on the iconic smartphone lineup in the near future.
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