Before the release of the iPhone X S and the iPhone X S Max Max had already aroused rumors about the next smartphone lineup Apple had to offer. Months have passed since the flagships of 2018 hit the users. The rumors about the iPhone 2019 are coming up and give us a clear idea of what to expect next fall.
Many of the rumors from last year's iPhone X S and X S Max had come true, such as the new naming convention, the exact sizes, Dual SIM functionality, an upgraded processor, OLED display technology, IP68 dust and water resistance, and TrueDepth face ID camera for both models.
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Number of Models
Like last year, it's a safe bet that three different iPhone models will be purchased by the end of 2019. According to renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and other sources, all three devices will be successors to the current product line. We will discuss only the successors of the iPhone X S and X S Max in this article, but not the newer iPhone X R upgrade.
The New Names
It's almost a safe bet with leak or rumor from analysts Thing that the new iPhone models 2019 start where their predecessors left off. That is, we are looking at an iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max pronounced iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max.
It's still too early to have a good idea of when the new iPhone models will be announced and released as leaked data usually pops up weeks before.
However, based on Apple's history, the iPhone models for 2019 will be in early September with a late release in September. Last year, the models of the iPhone X S and X S saw this timeframe with an announcement of September 12, preorders on September 15 and a release on September 21, the earlier plus and regular models had very similar timeframes, since plus-size models were one thing.
- Date Announced: Early September 2019
- Preorder Date: Mid-September 2019
- Release Date: End of September 2019
There are still no foolish rumors about memory sizes , However, it is likely that they will follow with last year's devices with 64GB and 256GB GB and 512GB for the two iPhone XI models. As with all iPhones, there are no expandable storage options.
- Memory Available: Probably 64 GB, 256 GB or 512 GB
- Expandable Memory: No
No Prices are rumored, but they might be very similar to last year's devices. AppleCare + will also be an option, with the same monthly and fully paid plans of $ 199 for the base offer and $ 299 for the theft and loss offer. Monthly plans are also available, but in the long run you will cost more.
- Price: Currently Unknown
- AppleCare +: $ 199 or $ 299 (or $ 9.99 or $ 14.99 per month) [19659033BuyNewiPhone X S : Amazon | Apple | Best Buy | Walmart | Other Stores
The entire frame and finish has not yet leaked. The former should be very similar to the iPhone X S and X S Max Max, with glass on both sides (to maintain the wireless charging) and one Rounded model stainless steel frame "Surgical Steel". There was chatting about a rounding of the frame like the 3rd Gen iPad Pro models, but we do not expect that to be the case.
Finish colors could be the same, with blank gray, silver, and gold options, but Apple typically shifts at least one color during publication, so you never know.
- Frame: probably stainless steel
- Finish: unknown colors
Kind message, we expect the new iPhone XI and XI Max to be free of mercury, arsenic, brominated flame retardant, PVC and beryllium , It will probably also be a low-carbon process, with a stainless steel frame that can be recycled. This is a start to environmental friendliness, but Apple must also gain the green mass by finding out where the materials come from and how they are recycled.
There are still no final leaks in terms of dimensions, weight and support wearers, but if the story has a guide for us, they will likely be the same for the iPhone XI and XI Max as for the iPhone X S and X S Max.
Regarding dust and water resistance, Ming-Chi Kuo expects Apple to maintain IP68 protection. Therefore, these models are dustproof and can be immersed in up to 2 meters of water for 30 minutes. And as the majority of smartphones are supported all major mobile network operators.
- Height: Probably 5.65 inches (XI) and 6.2 inches (XI Max)
- Width: Probably 2.79 inches (XI) and 3.05 inches (XI Max)
- Depth: Probably 0.30 inches (XI) and 0.30 inches (XI Max)
- Weight: Currently unknown
- Dust / Water Resistance: IP68 According to IEC Standard 60529
- Mobile Network Operator: AT & T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon
In terms of environmental conditions, there is no reason to believe that Apple will change anything. Since at least the iPhone 7 models, it is the same on every iPhone.
- Operating temperature: 32 ° to 95 ° F
- Non-operating temperature: -4 ° to 113 ° F
- Relative Humidity: 5-95% non-condensing
- Operating altitude : up to 10,000 feet (though it could be more)
Display Apple Expects That the Same Display Sizes Will Retain the iPhone X S and X S Max for the newer iPhone XI and XI Max models. That means we have a 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch display. Resolution and pixel density may be the same as last year's models, as well as an aspect ratio of 19.5: 9, but it's still too early to say for sure.
However, these displays will also feature the same OLED technology from previous models as rumors suggest that we may have even thinner bezels this time around. However, there is still no information on how much thinner they will be, so it is not clear what the relationship between screen and body should look like.
Thinner irises also indicate the possibility of a smaller notch. Rumors have it that improvements for the TrueDepth camera and speaker grill have moved up the odds of a slightly smaller notch.
Pretty much every iPhone model I can think of had one minimum brightness of 2 Nits and a maximum brightness of 625 Nits for the display, and there is no reason to believe that the iPhone XI and XI Max will change. However, rumors are speculating that Apple will eventually move from a 60 Hz refresh rate to either 90 or 120 Hz, further improving the competition for the best gaming phone.
The color temperature varies from iPhone to iPhone, so this is the case Everyone suspects until a significant leak happens. This specification is usually not necessarily part of leaks, historically, so we probably will not know this until the devices reach their hands in September 2019.
One of the biggest changes to the ad that is rumored to happen is the loss of 3D Touch. Apple has already abandoned 3D Touch in favor of Haptic Touch on the iPhone X R but that was for an LCD panel. Haptic Touch is far from being able to replace 3D Touch at this time, and it could be that another technology can replace 3D Touch in OLED displays. However, almost every single leak for the 2019 line-up is not a 3D touch yet – we hope that's not the case.
- Screen Size: Probably 5.8 inches and 6.5 inches
- Screen Resolution: Currently Unknown
- Pixel Density: Currently Unknown
- Screen Type: OLED, Super Retina HD
- Notch: Yes
- Screen-Body Ratio: Currently Unknown
- Aspect Ratio: Probably 19.5: 9
- Minimum Brightness: Probably 2 Nits  Maximum Brightness: Probably 625 Nits
- Refresh Rate: 90-120 Hz (120 Hz for touch detection)
- Color Temperature: Currently Unknown
- 3D Touch: Currently unknown
Currently, not much is known about the iPhone XI and XI Maximum performance statistics, except that Apple has improved the AR13 chips over the 2018 Bionic A12 models. Apple will probably not fall short of the previous year's 4GB or RAM. However, if Max gets three lenses on the back and upgrades the flight time (see details below), there may be even more memory, for example 6GB.
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Processor: Apple A13
- Chip Size: Currently Unknown
- Coprocessor: Currently Unknown
- CPU Frequency: currently unknown
- CPU cores: currently unknown
- GPU: Apple-designed (unknown model)
- GPU cores: Currently unknown
Die Batteries in iPhone devices are never the same size as previous models, and the regular and Max versions never have the same capacity. It's not clear what the iPhone XI's capacity will be, but if you believe the rumors, the iPhone XI Max will be equipped with a 4,000 mAh battery – 826 mAh more than the iPhone X S Max.
At this time, all iPhone wireless charging models have a maximum of 7.5 watts, but there are claims that both XI models will support 15 watts. This is absolutely possible because Qi technology supports this. It's also possible that this is not the case to keep the temperature low in the body, but we hope that Apple finds a solution to this problem. In any case, it works with all Qi-certified charging pads, and maybe we'll finally see Apple's AirPower charging station.
There are several rumors for wired charging that the 2019 iPhone models will finally get USB Type C ports instead of Lightning, as with the 3rd Gen iPad Pro models. This also means that Apple includes a USB-C power adapter with iPhones for fast charging, so you may not need to purchase a Lightning to USB C cable and wall adapter to increase the charging speed.
- Battery: Rechargeable Lithium Ion
- Capacity: Currently Unknown
- Wireless Charging: 15 Watt
- Wired Charing: USB Type-C
There will be improvements to Face ID (see the "Security" section below), but when it comes to photos and videos, there are no details beyond the possibility of a 10 megapixel shooter instead of the 7 MP, the the iPhone X S models had. Image stabilization is likely to be software based, but it can also be visual. These models are not likely to return zoom or RAW support and screen flash, but improvements could be made.
- Resolution: 10 MP
- Aperture: Currently unknown
- Zoom: Currently unknown
- Flash: Currently unknown
- Image Stabilization: Currently unknown
- RAW Support: no
- Object Recognition: Body, Faces, Winks, Tongues
Reversing Camera (Photos)
Rumors speculate that the regular iPhone XI is the two-lens setup but the game changer for the iPhone XI Max will be a camera with three lenses this year. Two different XI Max renderings, provided by Leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer, aka @OnLeaks show two very different looks for the camera layout, a square at the top left with the lenses in a triangle and one as on the iPhone X S models in the upper middle, but with horizontally oriented lenses.
Both renderings are possible because Apple still receives feedback on the design. The main concept, however, are three camera lenses. There are rumors that the additional third camera hits the optical zoom up to three times, compared to twice with iPhones with two backs and the iPhone XI. The setup will probably be a telephoto lens, a wide-angle lens and a super wide-angle lens. With three lenses, the shooting is likely to improve even in low light conditions.
With three lenses, there is also the possibility that Apple will take the system to a time-of-day A serious in-depth flight camera (ToF camera) perfect for advanced reality, 3D maps and object tracking. Rumors say that chips could be made by Sony. However, Ming-Chi Kuo believes that there will not be a Three-lens system with ToF capabilities as it will do little to improve photography and reach Apple's goal of AR superiority. So there still seems to be a debate on this topic.
The resolution of the 12 MP lenses on previous devices is likely to increase to 14 MP is 14 MP. For the iPhone XI Max is still not speculated about the resolution of the possible third lens.
- Resolution: 14 MP and 10 MP (Third for XI Max currently unknown)
- Aperture: Currently unknown
- Zoom: 3x optical (digital currently unknown)
- Blitz : Quadruple LED True Tone Flash with Slow Sync
- Image Stabilization: Optical, Both Lenses
- RAW Support: Yes
- Lens Cover: Sapphire Crystal
- Object Recognition: Body, Faces
- Formats: HEIF, JPEG, RAW
Reversing Camera (Videos)
Most specifications for video recording with the reversing camera remain unchanged, although here and there are a few changes be made. For the time being, you can assume that it is similar to the specifications for the iPhone X S and X S Max:
- Resolution: 720p is 1080p and 4K
- Max. Frame rate: 30 frames per second for 720p, 60 frames per second for 1080p and 4K
- Slow motion: Yes, 1080p at 120 or 240 frames per second
- Timelapse: Yes, with stabilization
- Photos: 8 MP still images while recording 4K
- Zoom: 2x optical, 6x digital
- Flash: Four Color LED True Tone Flash
- Image stabilization: optical
- Lens cover: Sapphire crystal
- Object recognition: Body, Faces
- Audio: Stereo sound
- Formats: H .264, H.65 (HEVC)
The iPhone X S and X are not expected to introduce any new changes in audio functionality] S Max. Models, therefore no 3.5mm headphone jack, stereo speakers and a total of three microphones.
- 3.5mm Headphone Jack: No
- Stereo Speakers: Yes
- Microphones: Three Overall (Rear, Front, and Bottom)
- Max. Speaker Volume: unknown
The usual sensors will be on board the 2019 iPhone models. However, there may be another sensor or two. It is also possible that one of the values listed below will not be used if a newer sensor can do its job.
- Sensors: aGPS, Barometer, Accelerometer, Three-Axis Gyroscope, Proximity Sensor, Magnetometer, Barometer, Digital Compass, Pedometer
As already mentioned, we could one See USB Type-C port on the iPhone XI and XI Max instead of Apple's proprietary Lightning port. Apart from that, there will be included Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC, and dual SIM features will be available for a Nano SIM card and eSIM.
One major change is the widening of Wi-Fi 5 to Wi-Fi 6, which results in higher speeds and better performance in crowded areas, and is likely to result in lower battery consumption. However, not all hardware is compatible with Wi-Fi 6, so the new 2019 models with Wi-Fi 6 may not work everywhere.
It is not yet known which antennas it will be used for wireless and cellular connections. There are also rumors that the next iPhones will be 5G-capable, but these rumors are quite thin at the time, most pointing to the 2020 lineup.
Last year, it was speculated that the iPhone X S Max would at least get an Apple Pencil support, but that never happened. The rumors are for Apple Pencils support for the iPhone XI Max, but not a word to the smaller XI model.
- Wi-Fi: 802.11ax
- Bluetooth: 5.0
- NFC: yes
- Cellphone: Dual Nano SIM Card Slot, Gigabit Class LTE
- Port: Lightning
- Other: iBeacon Microlocalization, AirPlay, AirDrop
- Apple Pencil: possible
Both the iPhone XI and the XI Max feature facial recognition for facial recognition thanks to the TrueDepth camera. The accuracy of face recognition could also be improved with the muted floodlight improvement according to Ming-Chi Kuo. The new floodlight filters out invisible ambient light for a better facial scan.
The Face ID still has a chance of someone entering your iPhone (minus twins). It is used for online purchases of Apple Pay and in stores that use either a connected card or your Apple Pay Cash balance.
There is also a limited USB mode that prevents unwanted devices from connecting and stealing data over a wired connection. If the iPhone is connected to a computer, the access code (not the face ID) is required for access.
- Security: Face ID and limited USB mode
This is a breeze The iPhone XI and XI Max ship with the iOS 13 installed.
- Software: iOS 13 and later
Supported features include FaceTime video calls over Wi-Fi or cellular, FaceTime audio, Voice Over LTE (VoLTE), Wi-Fi telephony, and full Siri support. There will be many language options for the system, QuickType keyboard, Siri, dictation, dictionaries, and spell checking.
We can assume that the audio support of the previous models is the same, with the playback of AAC-LC, HE-AAC, HE-AAC v2, protected AAC, MP3, linear PCM, lossless Apple, FLAC, Dolby Digital ( AC-3), Dolby Digital Plus (E-AC-3) and Audible (Formats 2, 3, 4, Audible Enhanced Audio), AAX and AAX +) files. We can also assume that video playback is identical to Supprot for HEVC, H.264, MPEG-4 Part 2 and Motion JPEG, as well as High Dynamic Range with Dolby Vision and HDR10 content.
The included components are the same as the 2018 models, with the hopeful exception of USB Type-C for cable and wall adapter. It is not known how many watts the wall adapter will be.