Always well-informed, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently exposed several rumors about future products Apple. After declaring that a new Macbook Pro and that a 6K screen should be released by the end of the year, the specialist has revealed new details on the next iPhone. And you might as well say that little innovation should be made.
Apple would still offer three models when the iPhone XI is released. The first should have a 6.1-inch LCD screen, while the other two should have an OLED screen, 5.8 and 6.5 inches. Each of them would have the right to a larger battery (that’s the least of things), the possibility of recharging their other wireless devices just by keeping them on their iPhone, and frosted glass at the level from the phone shell. Face ID would obviously be improved, as well as localization and indoor navigation.
“The iPhone XR 2” could take advantage of 4 GB of RAM, which is as much as iPhone XS and XS Max. A triple photo sensor should also appear, but we don’t know yet which iPhone will benefit from it. And finally, like World is Small reported it to you a few days ago, USB-C should not be adopted for the next generation of iPhone: the Lightning port would still be preferred.