Another set of iPhones will be Released by Apple – One of Them has Three Cameras

As it happened in 2018, Apple will come up again with three iPhones this September, another ‘budget’ iPhone XR with an LCD screen and two equipped with OLED displays.

Some of the iPhones in this series will have even more cameras. According to a new report in the Wall Street Journal, the iPhone XR will be replaced by another phone even though it is considered under-performing regarding sales. It can still change its impression in the long run.

One leak suggests that the replacement of the iPhone XS Max will sport a three-camera setup, according to Gordon Kelly from Forbes. The people behind the design of the new phone seem like they are trying to play with some asymmetrical arrangement of snappers, but it is still only a rumor.

However, who would mind an extra camera right? Probably it will be a wide angle one.

Regarding the iPhone XS which measures 5.8 inches, its successor might stick with the usual two camera setup.

In case this will happen, there will be a change from last year as in September 2018 when the phones were released, the only difference between the iPhone XS Max and iPhone XS was their size. Some manufacturers tend to make the smaller device less impressive, but Apple did not do that.

The sizes of the phones might not change, and if so, they will remain the 6.1 inches, 5.8 inches, and 6.5 inches.

The successor of iPhone XR is said to be the last iPhone that will ever be equipped with an LCD screen as in 2020 all phone released by Apple will sport OLED displays.

One change that will happen to the next iPhone XR will be that it might get an additional camera.

Henry R. Lares

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.

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