Became known new details about the iPhone 11

Authoritative insider OnLeaks known for his accurate predictions, has shared new details about iPhone 11. In his opinion, the future novelty will get an improved camera modules, and the changes will also apply to the front of the lens. At the same time, said the insider, Apple is not going to implement USB Type-C in this generation iPhone, and leave in its smartphones, the usual Lightning connector.

According to OnLeaks, the most expensive version of the iPhone 11 (Max), as expected, will get a system of three lenses. The resolution of the two main sensors camera is 14 megapixels, whereas the secondary module is “limited” to 10 megapixels. For comparison, the iPhone XS iPhone XS Max is equipped with dual lenses, 12 megapixel.

The insider is sure that the front camera of the new iPhone will also become noticeably better resolution of the module “grow up” with 7 to 10 megapixels, which positively on the quality of the pictures. It is assumed that Apple engineers will make adjustments to the camera system TrueDepth, making the process of facial recognition faster and more accurate.

Interestingly, switching to USB-C, it seems, has been postponed indefinitely. According to the insider, iPhone 2019 keep proprietary Lightning connector. However, small changes still will they relate to the internal layout of the device — the form of the battery will change from L-shaped to square, and the motherboard itself will be located a little differently because of the new design features of the main camera.

Recall that Apple will launch its iPhone line in September of this year. It is already known that the novelty will get high-speed Wi-Fi and an improved sensor Face ID. The lineup of upcoming smartphones Apple, like last year, will consist of three models — iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and the successor to the iPhone XR.

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