iPhone XS 2019 or iPhone 11 or iPhone XI Will Come With Interchangeable Camera Lens?
The tech giant Apple had recently released the stunning, state-of-the-art iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. The company has a habit when it comes to iPhone launches. They usually release one or more new handsets every autumn for the past 8 years. Only the iPhone SE launch broke the sequence in March 2016.
According to MacWorld, the next flagship iPhone might be the new iPhone XS update for this year. It will be potentially called the iPhone 11 or iPhone XI. A triple-lens camera will be on the rear and arranged in a square. It will look much smaller with a smaller notch because the company has used every available potential screen space.
The iPhone XS 2019 or iPhone 11 or iPhone XI might be a combination of a face recognition module with a camera module. Other reports indicate that the company can get rid of the notch completely and embed the Touch ID fingerprint scanner in the display itself. You can place your finger on the display to scan it, instead of the Home Button, using this technology. A fingerprint-sensing layer could also be used to introduce advanced multi-user support.
The design of the Lightning charging port will be changed. A deformable material will be used and would expand once connected to create a liquid-tight seal. Then, the company’s own processor chips including A9, A10, and A11 will likely power this device. There is the possibility of making interchangeable camera lens. This means that you can attach camera modules to other devices such as the iPhone or iPad.
The follow-up to the iPhone XS is expected to be announced in September 2019. Then, a few weeks later will be the on-sale date of this upcoming device. The starting price will be similar to the previous models. The 64GB model costs $999 or £999, the 256GB version at £1,149 or $1,149, and the 512GB unit at £1,349 or $1,349.
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