The New 2019 iPhone Rumors.....Again
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It's that time of the year again when all of the media outlets bulk publish articles about the new Apple iPhone releases for September. As a designer phone case manufacturer, we have first hand experience when it comes to the new iPhone each year.
2019 is up for debate as to whether Apple will release a brand new design to compliment the XS and XS Max or whether they will simply tweek the models and rename them iPhone XI, iPhone 11, or iPhone XI Max. Either way we really wish Apple would stop using 'Max' and 'Air' as you start to think you're holding a pair of Nike shoes instead of a smartphone!
Here is what we've seen and heard so far working in the phone case trade:
Apple may be planning to use a new frosted glass design for the back of the devices.
Rumors suggest Apple may go with an all OLED lineup
Adopt upgraded A13 chips from TSMC
Next-gen 6.5-inch and 5.8-inch OLED iPhones will feature triple-lens rear cameras
Revamped front-facing True Depth camera system, suggesting either a smaller notch.
Apple Pencil support in the 2019 iPhones.
Redesigned circular mute button rather than pill-shaped.
Apple's 2019 iPhones could potentially be thinner and lighter due to the adoption of Samsung-designed OLED display technology called Y-OCTA, which integrates the touchscreen layer into the display panel.
Apple ditched the 3D Touch in the lower-priced 6.1-inch iPhone XR, and the company could be planning to remove the feature entirely.
The Wall Street Journal has confirmed that Apple is planning on introducing a triple-lens camera system in at least one of the iPhones coming in 2019. According to them, the second-gen iPhone XS Max will feature a three-lens camera, while the successors to the iPhone XS and iPhone XR will continue to use dual-lens cameras.
Apple may introduce 3D depth sensing technology for the rear-facing camera, but that's been delayed until 2020
iPhones coming in 2019 are expected to feature 12-megapixel single-lens front-facing cameras.
Could be possible to charge any Qi-based device with your iPhone as it will work as a wireless charger itself.
Longer battery life and support new capabilities such as the bilateral wireless charging.
Apple could potentially transition to USB-C in the 2019 iPhone.
Apple may also use some chips from Samsung in select markets where Sub-6GHz networks are more popular for its 2020 5G iPhones.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple will adopt OLED displays to "allow for more flexible handset design."
We could see removal of the external ports and buttons on the iPhone for a clean, streamlined device.