New day, a new rumor of the next generation of iPhone. In recent times, rumors of the new range of Apple-branded smartphones have increased dramatically, and are slowly aligning.

A new video with the alleged design of upcoming iPhones has surfaced on the Internet. According to BGR, The video in question shows Apple’s final iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max designs side by side, and it shows what they’ll look like in real life as opposed to just pictures.


According to a new report published by Macotakara, new confirmations appear on the triple rear lens.

Specifically, the report by the popular Japanese blog claims that the successor to the 5.8-inch iPhone Xs could have a 6.1-inch screen and three cameras on the back, with the panel obviously based on OLED technology. The same rumor also states that the entire range of smartphones might come with a Lightning - USB-C cable and an 18W wireless charger.

Macotakara claims that the presence of the three cameras could be exclusive to models with higher storage capacity. Initially many suggested the presence of a 3D camera designed specifically for depth detection, but Bloomberg claims that Apple would have changed plans and the lens in question should debut on a model of iPad Pro scheduled for launch in 2020.

The same British news agency claims that in 2019, this third camera will be used to offer a wider range and a more powerful zoom.

The new report by Macotakara states that the 6.1 and 6.5 inch OLED screens will be thicker than the iPhone Xs and Xs Max, even if only a few fractions of a millimeter. All this seems to be due to larger batteries that will also offer two-way wireless charging.


The popular analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple plans to upgrade the front camera of smartphones, taking it from 7 to 12 megapixels.

The three-camera system should only be implemented on iPhones with a 6.5 and 5.8-inch OLED panel, and in the datasheet could also feature a super-wide 12-megapixel front lens. Meanwhile, The renders also suggest that the mute switch is being redesigned to match the iPad more than previous iPhones, reports SlashGear.

Both the wide-angle and front lenses will be coated in black, to make them fit the frame and the body better and give the modules a less flashy look. Returning to the front camera, the improvements apparently will go beyond the megapixel increase. Apple apparently intends to change the current target, bringing the lens from the four current elements to five. This new front system should be included in all three new 2019 iPhones, including the XR 2.

Kuo says that the ultra-wide lens will be produced exclusively by Sony and should include a 12-megapixel 1um sensor. The official presentation, as usual, should take place in September.