iPhones 2019: Mystery Around the Extra Capabilities of the Taptic Engine

iPhones 2019: Mystery Around the Extra Capabilities of the Taptic Engine

An amazing amount of information has already been written about the iPhones to be launched by Apple in less than 6-7 weeks from now. A lot of specifications are expected to be the same as they were in the current models, the iPhone X, XS Max and XR. Many changes and improvements will be seen as well. What can expect from the new engine Apple A13 SoC? There’s very little officially known on the new chipset beyond some guesswork here and there.

Some Confirmations and Some Expectations

Some basics can be first gotten out of the way; there will be three models, the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Max and the iPhone 11 R. There may not be any major change in the dimensions and displays of the models from what was seen in the 2018 models. There will be a difference in the camera setup with the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Max models will get triple cameras in the rear and the iPhone 11 R model a dual-camera configuration. The other significant change will be the presence of a wide-angle camera that will offer extra support to the user in making quick corrections.

The 3D Touch will be done away with being replaced by what is known as Haptic Touch.

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The Apple A13 SoC Will Kindle a Lot of Interest

As mentioned, the market expectation is the new Apple A13 chipset which bears an internal codename of ‘Cebu’ may bring in improvements beyond the routine performance enhancements you expect in one version from its previous iteration. It must be acknowledged that the platform on which the Apple A13 chipset has been built is the same 7nm technology that the A12 chipset was made. However, there are some areas, including the Haptic Touch sensing technology where the Apple A13 is set to play a key role. Apple is fitting a larger battery in the 2019 iPhones and the Apple A13 SoC, in combination with the iOS 13 OS, is expected to offer an all-new battery life experience for the users of the 2019 models of iPhones.

The last point here is to confirm that Apple is not changing the Lightning Port and the rumors that there will be the USB-C Type connectors has been thrown out the window.

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