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iPhone 11 and XR Available with New Multi-Angle Face ID Sensor and Improved Specs

Mark Gurman and Debby Wu from Bloomberg have talked about their expectations with regards to Apple’s fall lineup. They revealed many details, and have also mentioned rumors about the upcoming iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, Macs, and AirPods.

Reports have shown that the rumored triple-lens rear camera system on the newer models will come with a larger field of view. This will help you in capturing ultra-wide-angle photos and videos. It will also improve low-light photos. They are also expecting the appearance of some editing tools while recording videos.

The high-end iPhones are supposed to look like the current models. However, we have heard that the colors from the back will come matte. The phones should also survive after a drop, because of new shatter-resistance technology.

The report also talks about a new multi-angle Face ID sensor. Apparently, it will catch a wider field, and will allow users to unlock their devices more accessible. For example, your phone is lying on a table. You can unlock your phone without moving it from there.

Some other features include water resistance and faster A13 processors. There will also be a new co-processor, which, internally, is known as AMX or matrix.

When it comes to the new iPhone XR, rumors say that it will come with a dual-lens rear camera and a new green color option.

When it comes to the iPad, we have heard that both the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro will come with updates by the end of the year, with improved cameras and faster processors. Apparently, there is also a 10.2-inch iPad launching later this year

When it comes to Apple Watch, the changes will happen for watchOS 6. Just last week, Filipe Espósito has found new titanium and ceramic 40mm and 44mm Apple Watch models, which were based on some hidden assets from the watchOS six betas.

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