Insane Apple iPhone 11 concept video has tons of surprises

Here We Go Again: Next iPhone Expected to Replace Lightning with USB Type-C

Here We Go Again: Next iPhone Expected to Replace Lightning with USB Type-C

The upcoming iPhone XR 2 is also being speculated as coming with Apple's A13 processor, made with a second generation 7nm process that would increase the battery performance, thus offering a longer battery life as compared to the iPhone XR. Like all Apple concepts, this one too has been shot using the same Apple style advertising. The irony is that this most hated characteristic is more likely to be the iPhone 11's headline improve.

From this visual artist's mind, we see a handset that comes with one of Apple fans' most loved iPhone designs - the iPhone 5 with its chamfered edges and straight lines.

As The Elec goes on to point out, the capacity of the iPhone XS Max battery is slightly larger at 3171 mAh, but both the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max feature dual-battery systems.

Apple will be ditching their awesome 3D Touch feature and increasing sensor sizes.

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Three camera lenses were arranged in a rather odd triangle formation on a large camera bump.

That means the next generation iPhones may allow for faster charging, but apart from that it's now unclear why Apple intends to bring the functionality to newer devices. This means Apple will launch upgraded iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR configurations, and people close to the matter said 2019 is the a year ago when an LCD iPhone sees the light of day.

Apple was once at the top of the list when it came to smartphone photography.

It would make sense for the iPhone (at least the 11 and 11 Max, if not the XR successor) to adopt USC-C for the sake of fast charging alone.

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