As fall draws near, so does our expectations rise for the launch of the new iPhone 11. As of now, Apple hasn’t made any confirmations to such rumors but we still keep our hopes high and carry on expecting and theorizing on what new features we would get to work with the all-new iPhone 11. Getting straight towards what to expect from the new iPhone 11 on the basis of the rumors, leaks, etc.
Apple is likely to announce the new iPhone 11 in mid-September along with the Apple Watch Series 5 at an event. This speculation is made on the basis of past trends that Apple seems to follow.
Here are some features we should expect on the basis of the rumors;
iPhone 11 is set to launch with the all-new iOS 13 which is expected to be announced at WWDC 2019. Earlier rumors suggest Apple will ship two new iPhone models with 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch OLED displays. There are also rumors that it will ship with a triple camera system. Upfront, the selfie camera will support for slow-motion recording at 120fps. The phone will be powered by an A13 chip.
Another rumored feature is that iPhone 11 through some kind of Power Sharing tech will be able to wirelessly charge Apple Watch or AirPods.
According to recent speculations, “Apple is sticking with a 7nm process, as 5nm won’t be ready in time, but EUV should allow about 20% more circuitry in the same area. Couple that to the larger chip size expected, says Cross, and you get something with the same kind of transistor count as the latest iPad Pro models.”
As of now, there is no such news regarding the concerned price of the new iPhone 11 but it is expected to be no more than last year’s iPhone XS.