The iPhone 11 is rapidly approaching. Ever since it was announced, people started to ask if it will bring revolutionary features or it will follow the X’s path. Now we have some news about it, so let’s see what the future can bring.
A completely new smartphone or an improved version of iPhone X?
Almost nine months ago, iPhone X brouhgt us top – notch specifications, from Face ID recognition to fun animojis to play with. Now, the world is waiting to find out more about Apple’s newest smartphone technical specifications.
So far, we are not sure if the iPhone which is waiting to be released in 2018 will be called iPhone 11. There’s a big chance to receive this name if it will be an updated version of the X launched last year.
Ming Chu Kuo, a trusted Apple analyst, says that iPhone 11 will probably keep most of its predecessor’s design. This means that we could be looking at a 5.8 inches phone with the frame built around an OLED screen with camera on the front.
In terms of colours, iPhone 11 could receive a range of different handset colours, like purple and green.
Some reports suggest that iPhone 11 could keep the facial recognition technology, but will drop the Touch ID.
Other rumours suggest that the camera will be improved by introducing a triple-lens rear system similar to Huawei P20 Pro.
Improvements will be noticed in regards with the battery as well. It looks like it will have a 3,300-3,400 mAh capacity and wireless charging.
When is the expected release date
Until now, we haven’t found out the exact release date for the iPhone 11, but it looks like it’s going to be September 2018. If you are planning to buy it as soon as it’s released, you have to prepare at least $900, just like in iPhone X’s case.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.