Apple won’t release its next flagship phone until this September, but with leaks, we have a pretty good idea of how the phone will look like. In this week, the latest leaks showed up about the new iPhone 11R along with the updates regarding the rest of Apple’s 2019 iPhone lineup. Apple also released the last major software updates to iOS, MacOS, WatchOS, and TVOS before WWDC.
We are just four months away from Apple’s new model, according to a recent report of Bloomberg the company has started mass production of A13 chips. These next-generation processors are anticipated to operate a new batch of phones. The reports show that 2019 iPhones might come with reverse wireless charging. Just as present in Samsung Galaxy S10 with a three camera set up on the back.
The internet has now been full with pictures of new iPhone 11R that how will it look like with three cameras set up on the back. Most of the leaks are sure that the phone will come with three cameras set up on the back of the phone enclosed in a large, protruding square. Some of the Apple fans were not happy about how the phone will look like but now 11R may share the same design fate.
Moreover, iPhone 11R is rumored to have a telephoto lens this year, whereas the expensive model will get a super-wide angel lens. The rest of the lineup shows that it has the same large, square bump on its back despite the fact that it only has two lenses.
Talking about the fresh colors the phone will get, first is the lavender and the other is green which the company is adding to its color palette, last year’s white, black, yellow and red options are also available for this time. Before the WWDC event on the 3rd of June, the company released its major software updates for iOS, MacOS, WatchOS, and TVOS.
If you have an iPhone or iPad then there is great news for you as all of you can expect some Apple’s News+ service, Apple Music, the Apple TV Remote and CarPlay as well as AirPlay 2 support for compatible smart TVs so you can watch shows on the biggest TV screen in your house.and improvements for