New iPhone 2019 leaks launch date

We are expeditiously approaching the launch date for the new iPhone 2019 leaks launch date – or the iPhone 11, or the iPhone XI, or whatever Apple ends up calling it. September should be the month it launches, and we have already heard plenty of rumors, leaks and speculation about what is in the store.

New iPhone 2019 leaks launch

This is the article you can find all that new iPhone 2019 information in one reading, both official and unofficial. If you are eager to find out exactly what the iPhone 11 is going to have in store. And whether it’s going to be the smartphone upgrade for you, you should find plenty to interest you.

NEW I PHONE 2019 OR I PHONE 11

LAUNCH DATE AND PRICE ACCORDING TO REPORT
You don’t have to be a modern-day Sherlock Holmes to work out that the new i Phones will arrive in September 2019. That’s the month that Apple always launches its handsets, and the iPhone 11 should be no different. While we’re still waiting for an exact date, it will probably be in the first half of the month.

Apple already been finalizing these phones of course, but how many will there be? We may well get an iPhone 11, an iPhone 11 Max, and a cheaper… iPhone 11 XR? That would match this year’s handsets. But we don’t really know what naming scheme Apple will go for at this stage.

Don’t expect the pricing to change too much

Apple currently charges £999/$999 and up for the standard flagship £1,099/$1,099. And up for the bigger flagship and £749/$749 and up for the cheaper model. If anything, the top-end phones will get more expensive and the budget phone will drop a little in price.

We should hear more about iOS 13, the software that’ll be running on board. The iPhone 11 phones, on the 3rd of June: that’s when Apple is starting its annual WWDC event. The focus will be on the software though, so don’t expect much in the way of hardware news.

NEW I PHONE 2019 OR I PHONE 11

RUMORED SPECS AND FEATURES OF PHONE
So what can we expect from the iPhone 11? Or the iPhone XI? As with the 2018 i Phones. It seems we’ll get three handsets with the new i Phones for 2019, according to respected. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo – and they’ll have 6.1-inch, 5.8-inch, and 6.5-inch screens, just like this year.
Not every tipster agrees though. Sources speaking to Japanese site Macotakara say that the standard iPhone screen will get bumped to 6.1 inches. And that two of the models are going to end up being thinner.

New 2019 iPhone models:

You can see from the shot above, purportedly a leak of a backing plate. That there’s room for three lenses in the top corner of the iPhone 11. What’s more, a couple of leaked designs have already appeared on the web. Though we’re not sure exactly how close they’re going to be to Apple’s final product.
If you don’t like the look of the unofficial concept image above, maybe the one below will better suit your aesthetic sensibilities. It comes from designer Jonas Daehnert, on Twitter as Phone Designer, and it shows the triple-lens rear camera in a much more Apple-like layout.
The aforementioned Macotakara blog has also thrown its hat into the ring and said that the new 2019 iPhones are going to come with a triple-lens camera on the back. We’ve now heard it from so many sources, it seems very likely to be true.

We’ve also heard plenty of talk about the possibility of a dual-lens camera on the iPhone 11 XR and maybe a 3D camera array on the back of another iPhone 11 model. That would give users access to even more advanced photo effects, and make augmented reality just that much more realistic.
Sony is being tipped to provide this magical new component, and don’t be surprised to hear Apple talk up the AR capabilities of iOS 13 when it gets previewed in June at the WWDC event: that would lay the foundations nicely for better 3D handling in the new iPhones for 2019.

Apple typically goes in for a major design overhaul of the iPhone every couple of years, and considering the handsets launched in September 2018 looked almost exactly like the iPhone X from 2017, we could be due a more substantial change in looks this time, besides the triple-lens rear camera being mooted.
Might that mean no more notch? Apple patents have emerged showing how it’s trying to embed cameras inside the display, which would mean no need for the notch, and a true edge-to-edge display on every side. At the moment it doesn’t look like Apple will go for the whole punch notch of the Samsung Galaxy S10.

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