When it is Apple and iPhones, the rumors and expectations around it never stop. A majority of them could be wished by those who predict the features and specs for their favorite smartphones from Apple. The 2019 models of iPhones are currently supposed to be under evaluation by the engineering team at Apple for their designs etc. Now, an Indian website Compare Raja has come up with the suggestion that at least one of the variants of the iPhones to be released in 2019 will have a triple camera setup in the rear placed one alongside the other. The site claims the other prototype showing the three shooters in a square module stands rejected by Apple. The other best scenario is it is adopted on another model of iPhone in 2019.
Names of Models Not Clear but Colors Predicted
One debate going around relates to what Apple would decide to call its phones when they are launched next fall. The best guess is they may be called the iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max and iPhone XI XS and so on. There could be a suffix ‘S’ too added if you go by what the website claims. But the site says that the phone will be out in three colors, Gold, Silver and Space Grey. There could be an additional color Blue included in the range.
Some More Specifications Rumored
The Indian website says that Apple may not make too many alterations to the display sizes and the display types from what one has seen in 2018. If at all, the bezels may be further reduced to make way for larger display space on the screen. A 4000 mAh battery is being predicted and that the company may move on from its Lightning port to the USB C-type port.
No 5G Phone in 2019
Lastly, there is this assertion that Apple may not have on its agenda for 2019, a 5G enabled device. That may have to wait till 2020. Though there is no reason mentioned for this, one of them could be the processor itself. Qualcomm is possibly the only chipmaker to have officially launched a 5G capable processor in the Snapdragon 855 SoC and Apple has a huge legal issue running in courts in China and the US with Qualcomm. It may then boil down to either Apple finding the alternative chip or developing one in-house.
It has to be added that none of these above has any official Apple stamp on them.