Some new information about the upcoming Apple iPhone 2019 models has been leaked. The internally known model as D42 (iPhone 12.3) will replace the iPhone XS. D43 (iPhone12.5) is the sequel to the iPhone XS Max and N104 (iPhone12.1) will be the new “cheaper” iPhone that will take control of the iPhone XR. The screen resolution size of the three phones will remain unchanged. Therefore, the D42 will feature a 5.8-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 1125 x 2436. The D43 will be equipped with a 6.5-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 1242 x 2688 and the D43 will carry an LCD screen 6.1-inch with a resolution of 828 x 1792.
As expected, the 2019 iPhones will not be equipped with a Type C port; This is the word of those who have presumably seen the new models. The Lightning charger, Apple’s owner, will be used on the company’s phones, perhaps for the last time. Apple is expected to include a Lightning type C dongle in the package. We also expect Apple to launch an 18 W load brick instead of the 5W that was delivered to iPhone buyers. Currently available on Apple for $29, consider this a hard-earned gift.
Square Camera Module On The Rear Panel
Today’s report also says the same that 3D Touch no longer exists. Already removed on the iPhone XR (presumably due to the LCD panel), all three units will run out of this feature in 2019 and probably beyond. But Apple is including something with the code name of the leap haptics. Without 3D Touch, Apple may want to improve the feature of Haptic Touch which is activated by long-pressing on the screen instead of the hard press that activates 3D Touch. The improvements made in Haptic Touch could make it easier to say goodbye to those who depend on 3D Touch. Moreover, with iPadOS, Haptic Touch will debut on the iPad.
As for the rear cameras, you are probably already familiar with the square camera module that will appear in the upper left corner of the rear glass panel. You may not like its appearance, but today’s report indicates that it will actually be in the new models. iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will each have three cameras housed in the module (a primary camera, a telephoto camera, and a wide-angle camera). The new wide-angle sensor will include a feature called Smart Frame that has several functions. Users can adjust the framing of an image or crop it automatically in the process of processing. The unused portion of the photo will be saved for a limited time and then deleted. The iPhone 11R will have two rear cameras (main + telephoto). The FaceTime front-facing cameras of the three phones will support a slow-motion recording of 120 fps.
Although not mentioned in the report, we hope to see that the phones are equipped with larger batteries to support the reverse wireless charging feature that Apple allegedly will include with its 2019 phones. Like Samsung PowerShare (which itself was borrowed from the Huawei Mate 20 Pro), the rear glass panel of the new models can act as a wireless charging platform to replace the batteries in the AirPods wireless charging case, an Apple Watch or a Qi-compatible phone. Obviously, the host phone will use part of the battery power in this process.
All this seems to be more enthusiasm for speculation than the iPhone 2020s. The first word is that there will be a 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Max, a 5.4-inch iPhone 12 and a 6.1-inch iPhone 12R. All three will carry OLED panels and the first two models will support 5G connectivity. Furthermore, there is speculation about the return of Touch ID and the removal of the notch.
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