Even though Apple did not offer a release date or a specifications list for the future iPhone 11, some rumors about iPhone 11 have emerged on the Internet.
The iPhone 11 Specs
iPhone 11 will come with a fullscreen 6.1-inch display similar to the iPhone X. The display will be OLED TFT-LCD with lower PPI than iPhone X but with 3D sensing.
It is believed Apple will release the future iPhone 11 in three variants, a regular one, a “Plus” one, and a high-specs one with a 6.5-inch display with 4K resolution.
It is rumored that the future iPhone 11 will be powered by Intel since Apple is still in conflict with Qualcomm. Even more, some rumors say that the Intel XMM 7560 chipset will be used for the future Apple’s flagship.
If the rumors will come true, then we should expect a much less competitive iPhone in comparison with Qualcomm-powered versions.
Intel chipsets have already been a topic of large debates among Apple’s fans. Many people consider Intel way below Qualcomm because it lags more, is slower, and have always been prone to security flaws.
The future iPhone’s camera will focus on improved low-light pics shooting and there is expected that all the iPhone 11 releases will come with dual-camera.
Among other new features, Apple is rumored to improve the batteries, add more RAM, and add more storage. Also, Apple is believed to focus on augmented reality on iPhone 11, improving the FaceID feature that the Californian company has launched last year.
The iPhone 11 Release Date
Apple hasn’t offered an official release date but since the company is always respecting its tradition, we should expect iPhone 11 release in September 2018.
The future flagship is believed to be released in three versions, a regular version, an iPhone 11 Plus variant, plus a high-spec 6.5-inch variant.
We will keep you updated about new iPhone 11 specifications and release date.
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