Lets Talk About The iPhone 11 Pending Specs and Features
As launch day approaches, there's already a bevy of mock-up images of the iPhone 11 plastered all over the Internet. Now I've read from various publications on what features can be expected. From all my gathered information, here’s what you need to know.
Just like last year where you had Apple introduced the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, three new iPhone 11 models will be unveiled this Fall. The latest iterations will feature the Apple A13 chip, the entire platform will be code name Cebu, model T8030.
According to some individuals accounts who viewed the device first hand; they stated all three iPhone 11 models will still have Lightning port. This would dismiss all rumors that Apple will switch over to the ever so popular USB Type-C.
Interestingly enough, Apple will feature a new type of Taptic Engine, which will have a distinct code name, leap haptics. As of now, I have no word on what the new engine will feature. More than likely, there will be minor improvements to Haptic Touch.
When it comes to the visuals, two iPhone 11 variants will feature an OLED Retina display, while one of the models retains the 2x Liquid Retina display just like the current-gen models. All three iPhones will feature the same screen resolution as its predecessors.
The Actual Camera
Apple will follow the same script as its competitors by featuring three cameras on the back of the iPhone 11 situated within a square as seen in all the mock-ups posted on the web. According to sources, the extra camera will capture wide-angle images. The iPhone 11 camera will have a pretty distinct feature called Smart-Frame; this will capture the area around the framed area actual pictures and videos. Giving users the option to adjust framing or perform automatic perspective bad crop corrections in a post. Information can be retained for only on a limited time-span and will be discarded automatically for the sole sake of privacy.
When it comes to iPhone 11 front-facing camera, will have an incremental upgrade, adding full support for slo-mo recordings up to 120fps.
Before concluding this post I want to add there's no real authentication to these mock-ups you see appearing online, so for now, you'll have to wait things out until Apple make their actual launch.
As expected Apple will unveil the iPhone 11 at their annual fall event which takes place in September.