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2019 iPhone 11 Cases Once Again Confirm Triple Rear Cameras

2019 iPhone 11 Cases Once Again Confirm Triple Rear Cameras

At this point, leaks and renders have all but confirmed that the 2019 iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will feature triple rear cameras. Further proving that the 2019 iPhones will feature triple rear cameras, Sonny Dickson managed to get a bunch of cases meant for Apple’s upcoming iPhones from a trustworthy and “highly accurate” source.

Apple May Be Transitioning to LG OLEDs to Avoid Supplying from Samsung

Apple May Be Transitioning to LG OLEDs to Avoid Supplying from Samsung

Apple may be splitting the manufacturing process of their OLED displays for this years iPhone models. Previously, Apple has used LG as the supplier for their LCD panels and Samsung for the OLED variants, however, due to the rising rivalry between Samsung and Apple, the Cupertino company may be switching entirely.

Mass Production of the Apple’s iPhone 11 A13 Chip Has Begun

Mass Production of the Apple’s iPhone 11 A13 Chip Has Begun

Just like every other year, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has announced that their latest and greatest, in this case 7nm+ chips, have entered mass production. While the company hasn’t mentioned the Apple A13 by name, it never does and we can assume the chips referred to are Apple A13 and Huawei Kirin 985.

2019 iPhone 11 Could Stream Audio to Two Bluetooth Devices Simultaneously

2019 iPhone 11 Could Stream Audio to Two Bluetooth Devices Simultaneously

A new supply chain says that the iPhone 11 will support streaming content to two Bluetooth devices simultaneously. The feature will allow iPhone users to listen to music or stream music to two devices at once.

Concept Envisions iPhone 11 without the Ugly Camera Bump We All Hate

Concept Envisions iPhone 11 without the Ugly Camera Bump We All Hate

Leaked renders have already given us a look at how the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will look like. From a design viewpoint, they are not really going to stand out, with the camera bump at the rear actually increasing in width due to the introduction of a third new ultra-wide angle lens.

2019 iPhone 11 and iPhone XR Lineup Passes Through the EEC Database

2019 iPhone 11 and iPhone XR Lineup Passes Through the EEC Database

Eleven unreleased iPhone models have passed through the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) database this week which are likely the 2019 iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and the iPhone XR.

iPhone 11 Max Looks Drop Dead Gorgeous in This Concept Renders

iPhone 11 Max Looks Drop Dead Gorgeous in This Concept Renders

The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max have leaked in detailed CAD renderings thereby giving us a look at how the handsets will look. While the final product will have a more refined look, there’s no denying the fact that the 2019 iPhones are not going to bring anything new to the table in terms of design. Until Apple gets around to releasing the iPhone 11 series officially in September, we have some concept photos of the iPhone 11 Max from designer Hasan Kaymak to drool over.

2019 iPhone XR Could Be Available in Green and Lavender Colors

2019 iPhone XR Could Be Available in Green and Lavender Colors

A new rumor claims that Apple will be dropping the Coral and Blue color options for the 2019 iPhone XR. Instead, it would replace them with Green and Lavender colors.

2019 iPhone 11 Will Feature Broader Zoom Range, Auto-Correction Feature in Camera

2019 iPhone 11 Will Feature Broader Zoom Range, Auto-Correction Feature in Camera

Bloomberg’s report of TSMC starting production for the next-generation A-series chipset reveals quite a bit about the company’s 2019 iPhone lineup. The report states that the 2019 iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max are codenamed D43 and D43, with the iPhone XR known internally as N104.

Apple Reportedly Starts A13 Trial Production for iPhone 11

Apple Reportedly Starts A13 Trial Production for iPhone 11

Later this year, Apple is expected to launch a trio of new iPhone models. Two of which will be successors to the current iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. The other, a follow-up to the successful iPhone XR. All three are supposed to be using a new processor under the hood, the A13.