New iPhone 11 Changes, Accidentally Leaked By Barclays

After the first information on the upcoming iPhone models emerged on the Internet, users criticized the Cupertino-based company for adopting a controversial design without the smallest sign of innovation. However, new iPhone 11 changes that were accidentally leaked by Barclays revealed that the most significant improvement is under the hood.

According to a new report coming from the folks from 9to5Mac, the giant Barclays has started to tip investors to put money on Apple shares since the Cupertino-based company is going to implement some significant under the hood changes in its future iPhone 11, which, allegedly, will please the fans and boost the company’s sales.

As the 2018 iPhone models (iPhone XS, XS Max, and iPhone XR) were disappointing, to some extent, Apple’s sales in 2018 have not hit the expected level. In 2019, the Cupertino-based company has to come up with some excellent devices to recover the losses, and, according to Barclays, the tech giant is already working on that.

Here Are The New iPhone 11 Changes Accidentally Leaked By Barclays

Allegedly, Apple will introduce a new iPhone 11 variant with three cameras on its back. That device would be called iPhone 11 Max (or iPhone XI Max). Besides, the 2019 iPhone models would boast improved Face ID, a fact the Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has already announced that in November 2018.

Nonetheless, according to Barclays, the Cupertino-based company would implement a new antenna technology in its future iPhone 11 models. More specifically, Apple will install a WiFi 6 (802.11ax) technology which is not only faster but also a more battery-friendly tech than the current-generation antennas. “Wi-Fi 6 promises faster speeds (of course), greater range, increased capacity, reduced latency, higher security and faster initial connection to a network,” said the WiFi Alliance back in October 2018.

Last but not least, Apple will also add enhanced Face ID in its upcoming iPhone 11 models. The new Face ID would boast a more powerful flood illuminator which would beam about 30,000 dots of invisible IR to map your face in 3-D.

Jackson Bey

Jackson Bey was born and raised in Lethbridge Alberta but moved east when he was 22. Apart from running his own consulting firm. Jackson spends his time canoeing the many lakes of Ontario. As a financial journalist Jackson has published stories for CBC Business Online, as well as Buzz Feed and Motherboard. As a contributor to Billionaire 365, Jackson mostly covers markets and trade.

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