iPhone 11 Lineup Might Come With Huge Changes, According To Latest Rumors and Leaks

Vast changes could come our way along with the enhanced performance in the new iPhone 11 models that Apple will release this year. Even though Apple iPhones of 2019 won’t feature 5G modems, the modifications it would make on this year’s phones will reportedly be extremely profitable in the short-term.

While Apple is apparently waiting on the release of their 5G iPhone until 2020, consumers are looking forward to the expected arrival of 5G to speed the wireless connection. Also, the Cupertino company is expecting for 5G networks to promote its development and for the service to become ordinary and useful.

Apple had attached its 5G expectations on Intel modems, but the recent judicial process settlement with Qualcomm has driven the latest company back into Apple’s supply system. Intel is now no longer into the 5G business, and the Qualcomm chipset is now supposed to drive the cellular features of the new 5G iPhones.

According To Latest Rumors and Leaks, iPhone 11 Lineup Might Come With Huge Changes

A ‘vast change’ Apple is making to the 2019 iPhone series is the shift from liquid crystal polymer (LCP) antennas to modified PI antenna technology, TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported to investors this week, MacRumors says. According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR are have LCP antennas​, but Apple’s thoughts were that the experience isn’t as gentle as it should be.

Modified PI (MPI) is much easier to be manufactured than LCP, and also more affordable, and even though LCP has, in theory, a much better execution, it doesn’t look like it progressed as Apple thought it should. The shift will be a temporary action, according to Kuo. He also said that the iPhone 5G will be produced with LCP, in the estimation that the producing operations will have since now progressed enough to make that technology profitable.

Apple is also presumed to use LCP in the new iPad versions, which Kuo said will be released sometime in the fourth quarter of this year.

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